Survey on the Confederate flag as a symbol of pride or racism, by ethnicity 2015

Do you see the Confederate flag more as a symbol of Southern pride or more as a symbol of racism? (by ethnicity)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 2, 2015
Survey on the Confederate flag as a symbol of pride or racism, by ethnicity 2015 This statistic shows the results of a 2015 survey among adult Americans on whether they see the Confederate flag more as a symbol for racism or more as a symbol for Southern pride. The results were sorted by ethnic background of the respondents. During this survey, 72 percent of black respondents and 25 percent of white respondents stated they see the Confederate flag as a symbol of racism.
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Do you see the Confederate flag more as a symbol of Southern pride or more as a symbol of racism? (by ethnicity)

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