Survey: Romney's support among African-Americans at 0%

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August 23, 2012 09:55

 
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US presidential candidate Mitt Romney received the support of zero percent of African-Americans surveyed in a poll released by The Wall Street Journal and NBC News on Tuesday. The pollsters noted, however, that the results did not mean Romney has zero African-American supporters.

Romney's lack of support among blacks in the United States comes in stark contrast to US President Barack Obama's standing, as Obama garnered the support of 94% of respondents. Overall, Obama held a four point lead in the poll.

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