A plurality of U.S. voters believe race relations have gotten “worse” under President Joe Biden, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Tuesday found.
The survey asked respondents, “Are race relations in the United States better or worse since the election of President Biden?”
A plurality, 39 percent, said race relations are “worse,” followed by 28 percent who said “better,” 28 percent who said “about the same,” and 5 percent who remained unsure. Republicans are more likely to say race relations have worsened, 65 percent to the Democrats’ 16 percent.
A plurality of black Americans, 36 percent, say race relations are “about the same” under Biden, followed by 34 percent who said “better” and 24 percent who said “worse.”
Notably, during the general election, many of Biden’s most ardent supporters argued race relations would drastically improve under President Joe Biden.
When asked if life for young black Americans has