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What percentage of US voters will support the Black Lives Matter movement on Election Day 2020?


On June 26, the New York Times Magazine reported a significant uptick in support for the Black Lives Matter movement among American voters:

Black Lives Matter, the group founded in 2013 by three black women, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi, after the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s killer, saw its support among American voters rise almost as much in the two weeks after Floyd’s killing than in the last two years.

According to polling by Civiqs, more than 50 percent of registered voters now say they support the movement.

Writing about a June 8th CNN poll on the presidential election, CNN polling director Jenn Agiesta commented:

With 42% calling race relations extremely important to their vote for president this fall, the issue now stands on par with the economy and health care near the top of campaign issues. The issue holds particular importance for Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, 60% of whom call it an extremely important issue, compared with just 18% of Republicans and Republican-leaners.


What percentage of US voters will support the Black Lives Matter movement on Election Day, November 3, 2020?


This question will resolve according to the data reported by the Civiqs national survey of registered voters on the question, "Do you support or oppose the Black Lives Matter movement?"


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