Gallup Center on Black Voices
Explore Gallup's independent research that reveals the trends and insights on the experiences of Black Americans.
Gallup’s Latest Insights on Black America
Gallup Vault: 60 Years Ago, the End of “Separate but Equal”
In Numbers: What Black Americans Experience
Most Black Americans -- 61% -- want the police presence to remain the same in their area.
Black Americans, at 60%, are less likely than all other racial groups to say they feel safe walking alone at night in their area.
The majority of U.S. adults say relations between White and Black Americans are very bad or somewhat bad.
Cultural Competence Podcasts
Should You Be Your Authentic Self at Work?
Learn more about the Gallup Center on Black Voices.
The Center on Black Voices is Gallup's independent research initiative devoted to studying and highlighting the progress, experiences and life outcomes of more than 40 million Black Americans.