Poll Results

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Ethnicity and Race

2nd Quarter 2011 / Heartland Monitor Poll № 9

The latest installment of the Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor series was on the topic of “A World Nation.”

The survey uncovered core attitudes and beliefs about the American economy, the government’s role therein, and the potential impacts of a changing American population. Specifically, the survey focused on measuring how Americans of different ethnic and racial backgrounds viewed these issues.
Overall, on many measures, there is much to be cheered about in the data when it comes to race and ethnicity in America:

That said, there are also points of considerable tension.

Finally, continuing the trends we have tracked through the life of the Heartland Monitor:

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