Campus Reform – SURVEY: College-educated whites more likely to say Trump is racist than non-college

IRLI In The News

August 8, 2019

By Ethan Cai

A new survey shows that white college graduates are much more likely to believe that President Donald Trump’s immigration policies are motivated by racist beliefs than are whites who do not have a college degree.

Quinnipiac University’s July 30 survey on Trump’s perceived racism indicated that 46 percent of respondents who are white and have a college degree believe that “the main motive behind President Trump’s immigration policies” is not a “sincere interest in securing our borders” but, rather, Trump’s “racist beliefs.” Read the full story at Campus Reform.

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