African American Public Opinion: A Liberal Agenda in an Era of Shifting Demographics
To gauge the American political landscape in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election, the Diane D. Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society and the Clinton School of Public Service, conducted a comprehensive national poll of political preferences and behaviors among 3,600 respondents. The 2012 Blair Center-Clinton School (BCCS) Poll, with an oversample of African Americans, addresses the serious dearth of data available to politicians and researchers striving to understand this dynamic segment of the American populace.
Dowe, Pearl K., "African American Public Opinion: A Liberal Agenda in an Era of Shifting Demographics" (2012). Blair Center Poll. 6.