According to New Polling, Racial Preferences Massively Boost Black and Hispanic Applicants
The study found a unique window into the magnitude of racial preferences in America's elite colleges...
A new study has found a unique window into the magnitude of racial preferences in America’s elite colleges as the Supreme Court is weighing the option of reducing or eliminating affirmative action in the college admissions process.
Coming from a series of studies conducted in the wake of high-profile litigation against Harvard and the University of North Carolina, the paper, found that Hispanic and African American applicants to both colleges enjoy substantial advantages relative to whites and Asian Americans.
The groups mentioned have chances of acceptance are drastically higher than they would be in the absence of affirmative action, but with a preferential treatment is relatively weaker for minority applicants from poor and working-class backgrounds than it is for their peersfrom more affluent families.
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