Survey of Americans on Race

Section 3: Perceptions of the Problem
  1. Those in urban areas include those living within the main city in an area of America that has a population of 50,000 or more. Because this definition is fairly broad, it is possible that the views of those living in urban areas in major metropolitan cities in the U.S. or those living in the heart of urban settings across the nation would be different than the views reported here.

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