Lessons of Katrina: America's Major Racial and Ethnic Groups Find Common Ground After the Storm

Bendixen & Associates
Date Published: 
October 27, 2005

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Katrina and its aftermath riveted the attention of the overwhelming majority of Americans - and much of the world - for many weeks. The NCM poll studies its impact on public opinion on four of the most important national issues: the eradication of poverty in the United States; race relations and discrimination; the environment and climate change; and the ability of government to deal with catastrophic events.