Evaluation of Black Americans' civil rights in the U.S.

This statistic shows the results of a survey, conducted in 2013, among black Americans on how they think civil rights for black people have changed in the United States over time. 25 percent of respondents stated they believe that the civil rights situation of black Americans has greatly improved.

Black Americans: Do you feel civil rights for blacks in this country have improved, stayed the same, or worsened?

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Source

Release date

August 2013

Region

United States

Survey time period

August 9-22, 2013

Number of respondents

1,001 respondents

Age group

18 and older

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

According to the source, results are based on "telephone interviews [...] with [...] non-Hispanic blacks".

The source worded the question as follows: "Thinking back over your lifetime, how do you feel civil rights for blacks have changed in this country -- would you say the situation has greatly improved, somewhat improved, stayed pretty much the same, somewhat worsened, or greatly worsened?"

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