We're doing a second Good Look this week, mostly because last week's discussion about white voters was such a good prelude to Melissa's look yesterday at food stamps, more formally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) -- and at poverty in general, asking the question, is America indeed better off with President Obama? (Americans seem to think they are.)
If you've seen the sequel, it's probably best that you've also seen its predecessor. Take a look first at the Go Figure segment below, then the discussion with an all-white panel! (Until Keith Boykin joins the conversation in the second half.) See you all at 10am ET today!
Go Figure: Melissa Harris-Perry lays out the statistics on the 'elusive white voters,' and how they will sway in the 2012 presidential election.
Newsweek/The Daily Beast's Michael Tomasky, Chloe Angel of Feministing.com, and Peter Goodman of the Huffington Post, weigh in on the battleground states where candidate Barack Obama lost with white voters in 2008.
CNBC contributor Keith Boykin joins the conversation on President Obama's appeal to white voters, and whether or not he should start actively campaigning for their support.