Democrats’ divide: Voters of color and white liberals diverge on crime
TYPE:HIT In The News
The LA Times quoted HIT Strategies’ founding partner Roshni Nedungadi about criminal justice reform and the Democratic Party:
From the LA Times: “‘Arguments of that sort don’t have to be fatal to Democratic hopes for reform’, said Roshni Nedungadi, a founding partner of HIT Strategies, a Democratic polling firm that specializes in studying the attitudes of voters of color and younger voters.
‘The way that criminal justice reform is portrayed often involves a false choice between more police and an absence of public safety,’ she argues. Her firm’s polling shows that a Democratic message that talks about alternative ways of achieving safe communities, including shifting resources to other needs, can sway voters, she said.”
Read the full article on the LA Times website.