New Poll: Addressing Racism and Discrimination is more Important to Black Voters than having a Black Woman Vice President According to HIT Strategies New Monthly Survey of Black Voters

July 31, 2020

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Selecting a Black Woman Will Not Close Biden’s Gap with Black Voters

JULY 31, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C – A majority of Black voters (59 percent) find important to have a black woman for Vice President, according to “BlackTrack,” a new monthly survey of Black voters by HIT Strategies. Support for a black woman Vice President was highest among young Black voters, as 68 percent of millennials considered it important

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