Most residents of the United States refused to support the idea of payments to African-American compensation for slavery of their ancestors, according to a survey conducted by ABC and Ipsos.
Against compensations from the Federal budget voted 73% of the respondents, 26%. The vast majority of supporters of such payments themselves are black, reports TASS.
In addition, 56% of respondents do not support the proposal to rename military bases named after Confederate war generals, the renaming are 42%.
Participated in the poll of 727 Americans. The degree of error of the results is estimated at plus or minus 1.25 percentage points.
We will remind, the death of the African-American George Floyd sparked riots in the United States.