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November 22, 2014 6:40 PM

EXCLUSIVE: Confederate flag still divides whites, blacks in SC, Winthrop poll finds

More than a decade after a bitter feud ended with it being moved from atop the State House’s dome to its grounds, the Confederate flag remains a racially divisive symbol in South Carolina. Most whites say it should continue flying on the State House grounds; most African Americans say it should be removed, according to an exclusive Winthrop poll asked for The State.

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