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AP poll: Most in U.S. say don't ban race in college admissions but its role should be small

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    70% ReliableGood

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67% : Affirmative action helps even the playing field, she said.
59% : The Supreme Court has upheld affirmative action in decisions reaching back to 1978.
58% : The poll reflects general support for affirmative action even as the future of the practice remains in doubt.
57% : He added: "Affirmative action is necessary to overcome those disparities."
50% : As the Supreme Court decides the fate of affirmative action, most U.S. adults say the court should allow colleges to consider race as part of the admissions process.
48% : If the Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action, some education experts believe more colleges will follow suit and drop legacy preferences to remove an obstacle for students of color.
39% : He sees it as a tool to offset imbalances in America's public schools, where those in wealthy, White areas tend to get more money from taxes and parent groups than those in Black neighborhoods.
31% :Views on the Supreme Court overall have become more negative after last year's Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade and allowed states to ban or severely limit access to abortion.

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