Minnesotans like to think of themselves as part of one broad community. A new poll of likely voters in Minneapolis and St. Paul reveals a gulf between how whites and non-whites view their communities, their choice of the next mayor, and the city’s priorities regarding race and income. These findings are from a survey by the Humphrey Institute’s Center for the Study of Politics and Governance of 768 likely voters who live within the city limits of Minneapolis and St. Paul between October 17 and 30, 2005
Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, UMN
Goetz, Edward G..
Divided Minnesota: The Gulf of Race and Income in Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
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