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Prior to the South Carolina primary, polls showed Sen. Hillary Clinton had the support of 70 percent of Black female voters. But that all changed when former president Bill Clinton, according to some, played the race card. Since then critics have argued that the Clintons' "kitchen sink" strategy has preyed on racial fears and cultural stereotypes.
Black support has shifted to Obama, with 80 percent of African American backing him. Can Hillary regain the Black vote?
Question: If Clinton wins the nomination, would you vote for her in November?
Wednesday, December 16, 2009 | 12:45 PM