Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the United States

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the United States

Marist National Poll

Most Americans think the nation’s mix of races, ethnicities, and religions makes the U.S. stronger, including a little more than four in ten Americans who believe the nation’s differences make the United States a much stronger union. But, only 28% of Americans strongly support diversity, equity, and inclusion training for U.S. workers. This as a plurality of Americans say race relations in the United States have changed little over the last year, which is not perceived as a positive.

President Bush and New York State Voters

Approval rating: President George Bush’s approval rating is currently 58% among New York State's registered voters. 41% do Read Now >

Race-Conscious Admissions Programs

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The Democratic 2004 Presidential Contest: After Gore

Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry are the early leaders for the 2004 New York Read Now >

Direction of New York State

Views flip-flop: Only 39% of registered voters express a positive outlook about the direction of New York State. Read Now >

N.H. Democratic Primary: The Candidates and the Issues

Former Vice President Al Gore and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry are the early leaders for the 2004 New Read Now >

New York State Governor: One More Day

In a poll completed Sunday night, Governor George Pataki leads Comptroller H. Carl McCall by 20% among likely Read Now >

New York State Governor: The Home Stretch

Governor George Pataki leads Comptroller H. Carl McCall by 20% among likely voters for next week’s gubernatorial election. Read Now >