Republicans – White Men’s Party?

Study Ties Political Leanings to Hidden Biases

…That study found that supporters of President Bush and other conservatives had stronger self-adhttp://www.rightwingnews.com/archives/week_2006_01_22.PHP#005119mitted and implicit biases against blacks than liberals did.
… “Obviously, such research does not speak at all to the question of the prejudice level of the president,” said Banaji, “but it does show that George W. Bush is appealing as a leader to those Americans who harbor greater anti-black prejudice.”
Vincent Hutchings, a political scientist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, said the results matched his own findings in a study he conducted ahead of the 2000 presidential election: Volunteers shown visual images of blacks in contexts that implied they were getting welfare benefits were far more receptive to Republican political ads decrying government waste than volunteers shown ads with the same message but without images of black people.

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