In an age of border walls, immigration sweeps and protests over Confederate monuments, race relations remain a divisive issue as North Carolinians consider the upcoming primary election. Results of a new WRAL News poll bear that out.
Although fewer than half of the 2,760 people surveyed statewide said race relations have changed over the last four years, clear distinctions could be seen between those who say they have improved and those who say they have deteriorated, according to the exclusive poll by SurveyUSA.
SurveyUSA conducted the scientific poll between Feb. 13 and Sunday, and the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.3 percentage points.
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