Native American Public Telecommunications



National Poll on Tribal Land Use (2/8/01)

Date of this Version

February 2001


How do people across the country view Native Americans? The first poll of its kind was commissioned by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan to discover likely voters' opinions about Native America. The majority of those polled said public schools and colleges should teach more Native American history. Find out what they learned about attitudes toward Indian nations on everything from land rights to taxation to Indian gaming. Guests include Dr. Chris Petras, Legislative Affairs Policy Research Analyst for the Saginaw Chippewa.

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