For the second consecutive year, U.S. adults’ positive ratings of relations between Black and White Americans are at their lowest point in more than two decades of measurement, according to Gallup.
Polling data revealed that only 42% of Americans believe relations between the two groups are “very” or “somewhat” good, while 57% say they are “somewhat” or “very” bad.
While the data is statistically the same from the previous year, Gallup says, “the reading has eroded nine percentage points over the past two years as the nation has grappled with the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent nationwide protests and calls for racial justice.”
As recently as 2001, 70% of U.S. adults rated Black-White relations positively, according to Gallup.
Translation: All the rhetoric from BLM, social justice groups, calls to ‘defund the police,’ teaching of ‘critical race theory,’ ‘white guilt’ and accusations of ‘white privilege’ have failed to yield a positive outcome for race relations in America.
Meanwhile, politicians, teachers’ unions, guilt-stricken celebrities, and liberal universities appear more determined than ever to drive us further apart. Mock n’ Rob explain in the clip below.