With Kamala Harris quitting the race, some Democrats are already worrying about the whiteness of the leading presidential hopefuls. Most Democratic voters – and most blacks – agree that it’s important for the party to nominate a person of color or woman this time around, but hope is fading.
In surveys last week, this is what America told Rasmussen Reports...
Most voters don’t favor a ban on so-called hate speech, but a sizable number are prepared to bar offenders from political office.
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