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Black Opinions in the Age of Obama: Results of a National Zogby Poll
Apr 18, 2013 | News Archive
Black Opinions in the Age of Obama: Results of a National Zogby Poll

Robert L. Johnson Releases A National African American Opinion Poll on the Obama Presidency, Unemployment, Economic Opportunity and Social Issues

Robert L. Johnson, founder and chairman of The RLJ Companies and founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET), today announced the results of a national poll commissioned by Zogby Analytics that reveals current African American sentiment on a range of issues that include the state of national affairs, race relations, employment, and a variety of current political and social issues. Johnson announced the results of the Zogby poll during his remarks at a National Press Club Luncheon.

"I commissioned this poll for a number of reasons," said Johnson. "First, for African Americans, this country has experienced the most historic political event and that is the election and re-election of the first African American president, Barack Obama. Because of this, I wanted to find out how African Americans today feel about Obama's presidency and equally important, if they feel that their lives are better off having lived under the first four years of Obama and the prospect of an Obama Administration for the next four years," he continued.


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