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86.9% of conservative bloggers feel they, or a group they’re a part of, have been falsely accused of racism while 100% believe the majority of accusations of racism in politics today are false & that the Democratic Party falsely tries to convince black & hispanic Americans that Republicans hate them as a political strategy. Meanwhile, 98.4% of the same bloggers don’t consider themselves to be racist. Are we at a point where false accusations of racism are now a considerably bigger problem than actual racism?
These results are also rather noteworthy:
9) Do you think that NAACP would better be described as a group that…

A) Represents black Americans: 0% (0 votes)
B) Represents liberal black Americans: 100% (62 votes)

10) Which of following do you think best describes Jesse Jackson & Al Sharpton?

A) People are genuinely trying to fight against racism and injustice: 1.6% (1 votes)
B) People who make mostly false accusations of racism to get attention, make money, or for political gain: 93.7% (59 votes)
C) Not sure: 4.8% (3 votes)

Should Republicans be going to the NAACP? Should Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the NAACP be treated as legitimate representatives of black Americans? These poll results say “no.”
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