Number of Black Voters Who View Society Fair and Decent Nearly Doubles After Election





Two days after Barack Obama became the first African-American to be voted into the White House, the percentage of black voters who view American society as fair and decent jumped 18 points to 42% (see crosstabs).
Just a month earlier, only 24% of black voters viewed American society as fair and decent.



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