As Biden Gives First State Of The Union, African-American Voters Want A Focus On Solutions
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Forbes quoted HIT Strategies founding partner Roshni Nedungadi about the firm’s research on Black voters and rising prices and inflation:
From Forbes: “According to HIT Strategies, a millennial and minority-owned public opinion firm, 86 percent of Black Americans had concerns about rising inflation in November 2021. That figure represented a three-point jump from September of the same year. African-American consumers are also profoundly concerned about the cost of living increasing by almost 90 percent, said Roshni Nedungadi, HIT Strategies founding partner.
The anxiety about rising prices and inflation directly connects to the reality that many Black families have not recovered from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nedungadi said this global event disproportionately devastated the Black community due to underlying health and economic disparities.”
Read the full article on the Forbes website.