Here's What Black Women Voters Want in 2016

Melanie Campbell, president and CEO of the National Coalition of Black Civic Participation, and Vanessa DeLuca, Editor-in-Chief of Essence Magazine, discussed a joint poll conducted by their organizations on what issues were most important to black women in the 2016 election on C-SPAN.

The poll conducted by the National Coalition of Black Civic Participation and Essence showed that the top three most important issues for Black women were: affordable health care (49%), living wage jobs (43%), college affordability (38%).

The two also discussed the 2016 presidential campaign and President Obama’s legacy.

Watch below.


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