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nnnnn in the wake of the charleston church killings and other incidents around the nation more than three quarters of americans believe race relations must be addressed in the united states that from a new reuters ipsos poll that also found republican candidates face an uphill struggle on race as the twenty sixteen battle for the white house be , john whiteside is following the story for reuters after walk very gingerly through this minefield of race relations politics because they have a very large block of very conservative and , voters , you don't see race relations as a particularly important issue , and don't want to hear a lot of policy prescriptions are calls to action from the republican candidates among likely primary election voters the poll found seventy five percent of democrats see race relations as an important issue but only thirty percent of republicans feel the same way the poll taken after the murders of nine black church members by a racially motivated white men found democrats were more trusted to deal with race relations by a more than two to one margin of all the candidates for president voters say hillary clinton is best suited to address the problem followed far behind by bernie sanders , the top ranked republican is retired neurosurgeon ben carson the only black republican in the race