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Gallup Poll – Two-Thirds of Voters Support Supreme Court Rollback on Race Preferences

We know that the term “colorblind” is now somehow “racist”, but Americans strongly favor a post-racial and colorblind society.

Evidence comes from a new Gallup Center survey that found that 68% of Americans say the Supreme Court’s 2023 ruling to end the use of race and ethnicity in university admissions is “mostly a good thing.”

The racial breakdown on the question found that 68% of Hispanics and 63% of Asians (the principal victims of racial preferences) agreed, and even nearly half of blacks agreed.

Regular readers know that we believe one of the best ways to end discrimination is a law that prohibits the federal government from asking what race or ethnicity an applicant is.

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