A lot of interesting data. One point is that more blacks are worried about crime? Does BLM know this?
During the presidential primaries, Clinton supporters were prone to downplay the importance of economic inequality.
Black people, they said, were only concerned about racism and racial discrimination, not the gap between rich and poor.
But a Pew Research Center survey indicates that economic inequality is in fact the top issue among African American voters.
The survey indicates that 77% of American black voters view the gap between rich and poor as a very big problem, followed by crime (68%), with relations between racial and ethnic groups coming in third (61%).
Black Americans are much more concerned about crime than white Americans, which should not be surprising, because, as a group, they are much more likely to be victims of crime.
Interestingly, black Americans are less worried about immigration than white Americans, or even Hispanic Americans, are.
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