American Opinions on Race

An interesting survey result highlighted in Volokh Conspiracy…  Based on a recent public opinion survey of American voters that were asked this question:

“As you may know, the Supreme Court recently ruled that public schools may not consider an individual’s race when deciding which students are assigned to specific schools. Do you agree or disagree with this ruling?”

The results:

By a 71 – 24 percent margin, American voters agree with a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that public schools may not consider an individual’s race when deciding which students are assigned to specific schools . . . . Republican voters agree with the decision 79 – 17 percent, while Democrats agree 64 – 30 percent and independent voters agree 71 – 24 percent

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