Southern Blacks Give Obama Strong Nod Of Approval

A vast majority of black voters in the South approve of President Obama's leadership thus far and believe the president will treat the interests of both blacks and whites equally. The findings stem from a recent survey by Winthrop University and South Carolina public broadcaster ETV.

Winthrop University professor Adolphus Belk, Jr., talks about the results.

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