Graph of the Day for November 27, 2009

"Barack Obama represents that hope of dealing with the substance of the issues of injustice while at the same time articulating the politics of hope, and even the possibility of racial unity. Obama's attraction to many who are white, especially a new generation, demonstrates the promise of a new racial politics in America."

Jim Wallis, at the Huffington Post in March 2008. 

 


Source:  Gallup


Hoven's Index for November 27, 2009


Barack Obama job approval rating, by demographic group, for week of Nov. 16-22:

White:  39%.

Black:  91%.

Age 65+:  42%.

Age 18-29:  61%.

Married:  42%.

Not married:  58%.


Source:  Gallup


Graph of the Day Archive.  

"Barack Obama represents that hope of dealing with the substance of the issues of injustice while at the same time articulating the politics of hope, and even the possibility of racial unity. Obama's attraction to many who are white, especially a new generation, demonstrates the promise of a new racial politics in America."

Jim Wallis, at the Huffington Post in March 2008. 

 


Source:  Gallup


Hoven's Index for November 27, 2009


Barack Obama job approval rating, by demographic group, for week of Nov. 16-22:

White:  39%.

Black:  91%.

Age 65+:  42%.

Age 18-29:  61%.

Married:  42%.

Not married:  58%.


Source:  Gallup


Graph of the Day Archive.  

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