Oh yeah, the man who promised to heal the racial divide. We just have to elect him.
In fact, a Gallup poll taken the day after Barack Obama was elected in November 2008 found that 7 in 10 Americans believed race relations would improve because of his victory.
Here's another example proving Barack Obama is a total fraud.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- More than a third (35%) of Americans now say they are worried "a great deal" about race relations in the U.S. -- which is higher than at any time since Gallup first asked the question in 2001. The percentage who are worried a great deal rose seven percentage points in the past year and has more than doubled in the past two years.
The rising concern about race relations as the nation's first black president completes his last year in office is a retreat from the optimism that swept the country in the immediate aftermath of President Barack Obama's first election win in 2008. A Gallup poll one night after Obama won found that seven in 10 Americans believed race relations would improve because of his victory.
In fact, a mid-2015 Gallup poll indicated that treatment of blacks had not worsened during Obama's time in office
Here is Gallup's chart of Americans 'worried a great deal' about race relations.
Red dots are during Bush's presidency, Blue during Obama's presidency.
Note: Those numbers were coming down during Bush, then Obama takes over-