L to R: African American, White Hispanic*, White
*When subject is a sympathetic character, refer to simply as “Hispanic”.
Meanwhile, tribal drums beat as people coast to coast decide guilt and innocence based on the race of the players.
Americans are deeply divided by race over the killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, with 91 percent of African-Americans saying he was unjustly killed, while just 35 percent of whites thought so, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Thursday.
“African Americans have a significantly different perspective on the whole incident than white Americans or Hispanic Americans,” said Ipsos pollster Chris Jackson. “This incident is one of the clearest splits we’ve seen between whites and blacks.”
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