Only 10 Percent of Americans Think Race Relations Are Better in Obama Era
Since Barack Obama was elected president, only 10 percent of Americans believe that race relations have gotten better, according to a New York Times/CBS Poll published today.
The poll found 17 percent of blacks and 8 percent of whites believe race relations have improved under Obama.
Thirty five percent of Americans believe that race relations have gotten worse in the Obama era -- including 40 percent of whites and 21 percent of blacks.
Fifty-two percent of Americans polled said that race relations have stayed about the same.