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Close to 51 percent of Black Americans in a recent BlackPlanet/NewsOne poll think that President Obama‘s covert operation in which he killed Osama Bin Laden will help him get re-electe.

While polls on President Obama’s have yet to come out since Osama’s murder, many are expecting him to receive a positive spike.

But while half of the community feels this will help him get re-elected, 41 percent of respondents believe this will put the country in the direct sights of terrorists even more. Eight percent of the country believes there will be less terrorist threats.


Black Americans Approval of Obama flies in face of general polls

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