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Stereotypes of Poverty

NPR's Robert Smith has the second part of his report on a new survey by NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government on Americans' attitudes towards poverty. Smith reports that, especially among the white middle class, old stereotypes of poverty die hard. (7:11) Check out the NPR/Kaiser/Kennedy School Poll.

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