The Racial Situation of Voting
Posted by The Situationist Staff on June 20, 2009
Nate Silver discusses race in politics: Did Obama’s race hurt his votes in some places? If so, how? And what might be done about it?
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To read a sample of related Situationist posts, see “The Situational Effects of a Black President,” “The Situation of Voting for Obama,” “Why Race May Influence Us Even When We ‘Know’ It Doesn’t,” “What does an Obama victory mean?,” “The Situation of the Obama Presidency and Race Perceptions,” “The Cognitive Costs of Interracial Interactions,” “Guilt and Racial Prejudice,” “Perceptions of Racial Divide,” and “Banaji & Greenwald on Edge – Part IV.” For other Situationist posts on President Obama, click here.