Washington – A survey released Tuesday suggests there is a deep partisan divide in attitudes toward Arab-Americans and Muslim-Americans.
The Zogby Analytics online survey for the Arab American Institute asked 1,110 likely U.S. voters about their views of Arabs and Muslims.
“When we first started doing this polling we used to comment that there was a partisan divide,” said James Zogby of the Arab American Institute. “What’s clear is that the partisan divide only masks a generational divide and a racial divide.” Continue reading “Survey shows partisan divide in attitudes toward Arabs, Muslims”
By ALIX HINES and PAIGE BAXTER
Capital News Service
RICHMOND, Va. – Democratic lawmakers blasted Republicans’ recent actions to redraw Senate districts and require voters to show more identification during a roundtable meeting with the League of Women Voters of Virginia this past week. Continue reading “Democrats Accuse GOP of Restricting Voting Rights”