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Just 38% Of Dems Think America Has Made Significant Progress Toward Racial Equality Since 1963

According to the Pew Research Center, Democrats who believe America has made “significant” or “substantial” progress toward racial equality in the past 60 years Only 38%.

Among the remaining Democrats, one survey found that 43% of respondents said they had made “some progress” toward racial equality, while the remaining 19% said they had made “not much or no progress.” There has been no progress,” he said. investigation It was announced Thursday by the Pew Research Center. Among Republicans, 67% said they had made “significant” or “considerable” progress, and 52% of the adult population as a whole thought the same.

White Americans were more likely to say there had been “significant” progress, with 58% agreeing, while only 30% of black Americans agreed with this statement. (Related: Poll: More than half of Americans dissatisfied with democracy)

When asked if the fight for racial equality was “going far enough,” the survey found that only 24% of Republican respondents believed the fight was “not going far enough.” , 78% of Democrats said they think so. Fifty-two percent of all adults say the fight has not gone far enough.

When surveyed about the impact of Martin Luther King, Jr., 88% of Democrats said MLK had some or very positive impact on the country, as opposed to 76% of Republicans.

The Pew Research Center surveyed a total of 5,073 adults of various racial and political backgrounds, with a margin of error of 1.7 percentage points.

According to previous reports, Democrats are beginning to predict that black voters won’t vote for President Joe Biden in 2024. A recent Associated Press and NORC poll found that black voters were less than thrilled to vote for Biden in the next election.

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