Will Black Lives Matter achieve racial equality?

By Cultural Editor

BLM racial equalityWill Black Lives Matter achieve racial equality? Well, again, it depends on if you’re white, black, or Hispanic, according to Pew Research.

For all adults, 38 percent believe that the Black Lives Matter movement will be very or somewhat successful in bringing about racial equality. However, 33 percent of adults do not believe the group will be too successful or not successful at all. But what happens when adults are broken down into race?

34 percent of whites believe that the group will be successful somewhat or very successful in bringing about the necessary change of racial equality. But at the same time, 40 percent of whites do not believe the group will be too successful or not successful at all.

As for blacks, 58 percent believe that the Black Lives Matter movement will be very or somewhat successful in achieving racial equality. In addition, a smaller amount of black respondents believe that the movement will not be too successful or not be able to achieve the ultimate goal at all.

Hispanics were also surveyed for this study. They were less enthusiastic about the possibility of success while at the same time less pessimistic of the outcomes of racial equality by the Black Lives Matter movement.

 
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