DOI:​10.1016/j.soscij.2005.09.013
Corpus ID: 144643041
The political orientation of Blacks and Whites: Converging, diverging, or remaining constant?
Theo Davis
Published 2005
Political Science

The Social Science Journal
Abstract This paper examines the extent to which patterns of public opinion between Blacks and Whites have converged, diverged, or remained constant since the late1970s. It explores how trends in… Expand
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