62% Say Confederate Statues Honoring Leaders Should Remain, by Kristina Wong.
A new poll by NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist says 62 percent of those polled said Confederate statues honoring leaders should remain.
Only 27 percent said they should be removed, and 11 percent said they were unsure.
The poll sample included 36 percent Democrats, 26 percent Republicans and 37 Independents.
The virtue-signaling vanguard of the new left says otherwise.
hat-tip Stephen Neil