Study Ranks Cleveland Last For Black Women; Poll Gives Early Snapshot Of Midwest Voters

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In a new survey of metropolitan areas looking at the livability standards and outcomes for black women -- Cleveland -- ranked last .  The rankings were compiled by a researcher at the University of Pittsburgh; and examined economic, health and educational factors to determine scores.  Cleveland shares company at the bottom of the survey with other Midwestern cities, while cities like Raleigh, Dallas, and Washington, DC landed at the top.  We will discuss the study and its findings with the researcher and an  expert from Kent State University.      Then a new poll conducted by unversities in Ohio and Michigan finds work to do both for President Trump and the Democrats. 

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Junia Howell, Ph.D., Urban Sociologist, University of Pittsburgh  
Angela Neal-Barnett, Ph.D., Professor, Psychology, Kent State University 
Tom Sutton, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Director, Community Research Institute, Baldwin Wallace University  
Lauren Copeland, Ph.D., Associate Director, Community Research Institute, Assistant Professor, Baldwin Wallace University 
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV  

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