A plurality (45%) of likely black voters say it was a bad decision to pull the Major League Baseball all-star game from Georgia as a political statement. That's according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.
A plurality (46%) of likely voters of all races said it was a "bad idea."
Forty percent (40%) of the respondents said it was a "good idea" to move the game, says Rasmussen Reports.
A majority (60%) of Democrats said it was a good decision.
A majority (57%) agreed that it is a bad idea for athletes and sports teams to get involved in political controversies.
Widespread misreporting incorrectly claimed that Georgia's new "voter integrity law" restricted voter times and dates.
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