At Gallup, "Fewer Blacks in U.S. See Bias in Jobs, Income, and Housing" (via):
PRINCETON, NJ -- Black Americans are significantly less likely now than they were 20 years ago to cite discrimination as the main reason blacks on average have worse jobs, income, and housing than whites. Today, 37% of blacks say these differences are due to discrimination and 60% say they are caused by something else. In 1993, 44% said such differences were due to discrimination and 48% something else.
Yeah, well, that old racial shuck and jive only works so long, and then you gotta come up wit sumpin else. Just 20 percent of whites chalk up differential outcomes to racism, so the left's shakedown artists better step up their game, mf's.
Yo, Al Sharpton, you wit me brother?!!