Although polls reflect a decline in support for President Obama, many African-Americans still say they stand by their president.
Although polls reflect a decline in support for President Obama since he won the 2008 elections, many African-Americans say they still stand by their president, the Huffington Post reports.
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Despite criticism from Black leaders like Cornel West and Tavis Smiley, recent polls from Gallup still show African American approval of President Obama remains in the high 80th percentile range.
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In recent conversations with African-American voters, the Huffington Post uncovered a more complex view of President Obama. Many supports said they view him as a leader but also a man inheriting a beyond his Presidency.
Do you agree? Does President Obama have your support?