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Races view Ferguson shooting differently, poll says

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Blacks and whites have significantly different opinions on whether the Ferguson, Mo., police shooting of teenager Michael Brown should prompt a wider discussion about issues of race, according to a new poll. The Pew Research Center survey found that 80 percent of black respondents said the death of the St. Louis-area teenager “raises important issues about race,” compared with just 37 percent...

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