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Polls: African-American Community Split over War

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Polls: African-American Community Split over War

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Polls: African-American Community Split over War

Polls: African-American Community Split over War

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Opinion polls show that roughly 70 percent of Americans support the war with Iraq. African-Americans, however, have been more reluctant. One poll shows blacks evenly divided, while another shows a substantial majority opposed. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.

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