More Americans are optimistic about the future and equality than you think
There's only 8% who think the U.S. isn't living up to America's ideals
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
While many believe the public has negative views of the country’s racial progress and that President Donald Trump has made race relations worse America, a sizable amount of voters are optimistic about America’s future regarding equality.
45% of voters say that the next decade will bring more improvements in equality, according to a Scott Rasmussen Ballotpedia poll. 74% of voters say that Americans are getting along with each other regardless of where they’re from or what they look like.
There's only 8% who think the U.S. isn't living up to America's ideals.
When it comes to the founding American ideal of freedom, only 39% expect progress over the next decade.
Scott Rasmussen discusses America’s optimism towards the future of equality in his new Number of the Day podcast.
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