Majority Of Minorities Believe Texas Opened Too Fast, Says New Survey
“When you look at the diversity of the African American and Latino community, you see several factors and we have talked about that before, like the high density, the large number of essential workers, the multi-generational households, the lower-income and of course, the lack of access to healthcare,” said Dallas County Commissioner Dr. Elba Garcia.
The survey also found 12.3% of white voters said they or a relative had been affected by COVID-19, but the rate for Blacks was 23.4% and 29.4% for Hispanics.
Opinions among minorities on whether Texas opened too quickly may not come as a surprise, but those behind the survey hope that it offers a perspective that may lead to action. Read the full story here.