African American Research Collaborative

View the methodology for the 2021 American COVID-19 Vaccine Poll.

Understanding and Communicating Black Political Action

We are a collaborative of pollsters, scholars, researchers and commentators committed to bringing an accurate understanding of African American civic engagement to the public discourse.

Fernandez, a lawyer and expert with the African American Research Collaborative, has queried people across the country about their candidate choices, motivations and policy priorities. "This election shows the country is no longer dominated politically by white voters," Fernandez said. "A coalition led by people of color is now the dominant political reality in the United States."

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By The Numbers

84%

of Black voters believed President Trump ignored the early warning signs of coronavirus.

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76%

of African Americans believe there is an active effort to suppress or stop the vote of Black people and young people.

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64%

of African Americans believe they are less likely than Whites to be offered COVID-19 testing.

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Experts

We have done the work to get answers to critical questions related to the most important and effective voting blocs in US elections. Our team has more than 30 years of experience not only collecting and analyzing data but turning it into practical and actionable information.

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