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Sunday, January 12, 2020

Changing Opinions Regarding the O. J. Simpson Verdict

     In July 1994, before O. J. Simpson's double murder acquittal, 37 percent of white people believed he was guilty. Only 15 percent of blacks thought he was.

     In a 2016 poll, 76 percent of whites believed O. J. Simpson guilty, and 44 percent of blacks thought he was guilty as well. 

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