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New survey of 30,000 black voters finds that black communities feel ignored by Democrats

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”For far too long, Black voters in this country have been marginalized, misrepresented, and taken for granted in electoral politics."

According to the groups involved in the survey, these results strongly suggest that Democratic candidates shouldn’t expect black voters to be motivated to turn out in above-average numbers without putting in the work to engage black communities.

”For far too long, Black voters in this country have been marginalized, misrepresented, and taken for granted in electoral politics,” Sabeel Rahman, the president of Demos, another organization that partnered in the project, said in a statement.