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Data includes total votes submitted by visitors since Jun 22, 2015. For users that answer more than once (yes we know), only their most recent answer is counted in the total results. Total percentages may not add up to exactly 100% as we allow users to submit "grey area" stances that may not be categorized into yes/no stances.
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Learn more about Confederate Flag
In 1961, the South Carolina State Government passed a law mandating that the confederate flag be flown on the ground of its state capitol building. The law was passed to commemorate the centennial of the Civil War assault on Fort Sumter. Opponents argue that the flag is a political symbol that represents racial inequality and should be removed after the shooting deaths of nine African American church members in June 2015. Proponents argue that the flag is an important historical symbol that commemorates the state’s role in the Civil War. See recent confederate flag news
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I could care less... it's a stupid piece of cloth. PS bring the Dukes of Hazzard back. 2 years ago from a Constitution in Kootenai, ID
No, they lost the war. It should be socially considered the same as flying a Nazi flag. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Northview, MI
Growing up in the 70's we knew it was also used for hate groups but we always saw it as southern pride. it was more a reminder that the north came in and fought us and even though we lost we still had our pride kind of thing. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Georgetown, TX
Freedom of speech. Federal govt has no say in the matter. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Waller, TX
Leave it up to the state. If they want to be racist, fine. Keep the Feds out of it. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Mankato, MN