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Gallup: Most Americans Support Affirmative Action

PRINCETON, N.J., July 25 (UPI) -- Two-thirds of Americans think college applicants should be admitted based solely on merit, yet most approve of affirmative action, a Gallup poll indicates.

Twenty-eight percent of Americans think a college applicant's race and ethnic background should be a factor when granting admission to promote diversity on college campuses.

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  • doorcheese||

    Or otherwise stated; Only one fourth of Americans think race and ethnicity should be a factor. Diversity is highly overrated

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