A new poll by the Washington Post finds 9 in 10 Native Americans are not offended by Redskins name

Sampling, Data Collection and Tabulation Conducted by SSRS

“A new Washington Post survey explores attitudes of Native Americans toward the Washington Redskins team, marking the first national gauge of the group’s views of the issue in more than a decade.”

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This Washington Post poll was conducted by telephone Dec. 16 to April 12 among a random national sample of 504 Native American adults. Interviews were conducted by live interviewers on conventional and cellular phones. The margin of sampling error for overall results is 5.5 percentage points. Sampling, data collection and tabulation by SSRS of Media, Pa. Full results and methodology are available at wapo.st/pollarchive. GRAPHIC: Scott Clement and Cristina Rivero – The Washington Post. Published May 19, 2016.