|Poll finds fresh increase in US racism|
Associated Press poll says anti-black sentiment has grown since Barack Obama's historic election victory in 2008.
Racial attitudes have not improved in the four years since the US elected its first black president, an Associated Press poll has found.
Released on Saturday, the AP poll used a combination of explicit and implicit questions about race and found that prejudice has increased slightly since 2008.
The study, conducted online by GfK Custom Research under the supervision of AP’s polling unit, included interviews with 1,071 adults between August and September 2012.
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