Blacks more likely to feel Bonds investigations unfair than whites

Updated: December 3, 2007, 4:05 PM ET

More than half of blacks surveyed in an ESPN/Seton Hall poll on Barry Bonds think baseball and the federal government were unfair in its probe of the all-time home run king and think Bonds' record should remain asterisk-free.

Those numbers are significantly higher than whites, who were asked the same questions in the survey of 631 people.

Only 26.3 percent of whites said Major League Baseball was unfair in his probe of past abuses, while 52.5 percent of blacks felt that way. ...

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