Endorsement: Vote yes on Proposition 16. It's time to revive affirmative action in California. [The San Diego Union-Tribune]

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Published: Oct 15, 2020
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100% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 100% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment and 2 negative sentiments for Police funding.
  • 1 negative sentiment for Public Education Spending
  • 1 negative sentiment for United Nations
  • 1 negative sentiment for Socialized Healthcare


Policies:

Socialized Healthcare
Affirmative Action
Public Education Spending
United Nations
Police funding

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95% "Visit The San Diego Union-Tribune at www.sandiegouniontribune.com""
92% "This is a program whose time has come -- again.""
86% "This story originally appeared in San Diego Union-Tribune.""
85% "And the recession that followed again underscored the massive family income gap between White Americans and most people of color.""
72% "The Asian American Pacific Islander community is divided on Proposition 16's impact on AAPI students, the way communities can disagree on complex issues.""
-67% "Some offer enthusiastic support and say it would also help poorer Asian Americans and that some lower enrollment numbers should be accepted for the ..."
-75% "But there are two concerns about Proposition 16 that any honest debate cannot exclude.""
-77% "This is unfathomable.""
-82% "Read commentary from proponents and opponents of this measure below:""
-84% "And it does so directly while acknowledging that considering race to address discrimination is not the same thing as considering race to discriminate.""

We have listed the top 10 sentiments. More sentiments do exist. Please review the full article for more information.



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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

29% : The COVID-19 pandemic has again exposed numerous disproportionate systemic problems, from education to health care, for people of color.
10% : Placed on the ballot by the Legislature, it would repeal Proposition 209, a 1996 ballot measure that banned affirmative action to help disadvantaged groups in policies governing public education, employment and contracting.
4% : George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis on May 25 again illustrated how Black men are often mistreated and sometimes die at the hands of police officers.
2% : In the United States in 2020, the problem starts at the top with President Donald Trump's explicit racial demagoguery -- calling Haiti and nations in Africa "shithole" countries, and telling White suburbanites he would block housing programs that would bring people of color to their communities.
23% : In 1968, when Republican presidential candidate Richard Nixon ran on "law and order," an aide eventually admitted that was code for keeping down "the antiwar left and Black people.
51% : It eliminates a ban, allowing governments to act responsibly to address college admissions inequities, to hire people from teachers to police officers that better reflect their communities and to better ensure equal opportunity contracts.
95% : Visit The San Diego Union-Tribune at www.sandiegouniontribune.com
92% : This is a program whose time has come -- again.
86% : This story originally appeared in San Diego Union-Tribune.
85% : And the recession that followed again underscored the massive family income gap between White Americans and most people of color.
72% : The Asian American Pacific Islander community is divided on Proposition 16's impact on AAPI students, the way communities can disagree on complex issues.
33% : Some offer enthusiastic support and say it would also help poorer Asian Americans and that some lower enrollment numbers should be accepted for the greater good.
25% : But there are two concerns about Proposition 16 that any honest debate cannot exclude.
23% : This is unfathomable.
18% : Read commentary from proponents and opponents of this measure below:
16% : And it does so directly while acknowledging that considering race to address discrimination is not the same thing as considering race to discriminate.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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