A recent poll from NPR and the PBS News Hour, conducted by Marist, shows most Americans among all races, DO NOT SUPPORT the removal of confederate monuments.
Black Americans: 44% of Black Americans say Confederate statues should stay in place. 40 % say the statues should be removed. 11% undecided.
Latin Americans: 65 % said they should remain. 24% said they should come down. 11% undecided.
White Americans: 65% said they should stay. 25 % said they should be taken down. 8% undecided.
Among political parties. Most Republicans, Independents and those who identified as “soft” Democrats said the statues should stay. 57 % of those identified as “strong” Democrats said the statues should be removed.