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Only 28 percent of likely U.S. voters believe race relations have improved since Joe Biden was elected President, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey.

Thirty-nine percent said they believe race relations have worsened while 28 percent said they believe they have stayed the same.

Of those surveyed, only 22 percent said life for young black Americans has gotten better since Biden was elected. Twenty-nine percent believe life has gotten worse.

Though black voters have a higher opinion of Biden than others, only 34 percent said race relations have improved since Biden was elected.

Author: Jacob Hall