Poll: Most Native Americans Not Offended by Redskins Name

An overwhelming majority of those polled consider it an unimportant issue.
0:20 | 05/20/16

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A new Washington Post poll found that 90% of native Americans are not offended by that Washington Redskins nickname. And an overwhelming majority consider it an unimportant issue. Redskins owner Dan Snyder has maintained that he won't change the team name which once again became a prominent issue after the 2012 season.

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