According to Harvard Ph.D. candidate Seth Stephens-Davidowitz’s, one can estimate how much less Obama’s share of the popular vote was in November 2008 than one would expect based on the performance of similar Democratic Party candidates in that election. He retrieves this information based on how many times racially charged epithets were searched in different parts of the United States. The study has touched off a firestorm of coverage subtly suggesting that race may also play a part in the 2012 election. Here's what voters think.
....The only positive thing I can say is I think it is changing with the younger people who have grown up around more non-white, non-christians than their parents. The over-50 crowd up here is just chock-full of people who love a good Obama N****r joke. Listen carefully in any bar on a busy night and you can find a few angry white males telling nasty jokes to their angry white male friends.