Race a factor in US presidential election - 19 May 08





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The US state of Kentucky has a large white working class population similar to the state of West Virginia, which Hilary Clinton won overwhelmingly last week.

In both states there's polling evidence to suggest that at least some voters are not prepared to vote for a black candidate.

Al Jazeera's Mike Kirsch travelled to rural Kentucky where he found that for some old prejudices die hard.

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