The survey of Americans under 30, by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, provides valuable insight in the context of the presidential race and reaches enough young people of color that the opinion of young black, Hispanic, Asian and white Americans can be measured with statistical significance.
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The survey prompted TV interviews on MSNBC and the Fox News Channel with AP White House correspondent Julie Pace and a Facebook Live discussion between @AP_Politics Manager Jesse Holland and News Survey Specialist Emily Swanson.
Information on how the survey of young Americans was conducted can be found here.
The Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago examines the attitudes, resources and culture of the young, urban black millennial. AP and NORC together launched the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research five years ago