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Two thirds of young Americans say Donald Trump is racist, GenForward poll finds Donald Trump is wildly unpopular among young adults, in particular young people of color, and nearly two-thirds of Americans between the ages of 18 and 30 believe the presumptive Republican nominee is racist. That's the finding of a new GenForward poll that also found just 19 percent of young people have a favorable opinion of Trump compared to the three-quarters of young adults who hold a dim view of the New York billionaire. Trump's likely general election opponent, Hillary Clinton, is also unpopular with young people, but not nearly to the same extent as the real estate mogul and realty TV star. A mere 6 percent of young African Americans, 10 percent of young Hispanics, 12 percent of young Asian Americans and 27 percent of young whites see Trump in a favorable light, ratings that suggest the celebrity businessman faces a staggering task this summer to win their backing in his bid for the White House. Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump wait for the start of a rally in Westfield, Ind., Tuesday, July 12 Trump has some work to do winning over young voters Just 6 per cent of you young African Americans view Trump in a favorable light, according to the GenForward poll "I think if you want to be a moral young person, you can't support Trump," said Miguel Garcia, 20, of Norwalk, California. pre bonded hairThe grandson of Mexican immigrants and a college student who also works at a tire shop, Garcia is a registered Democrat who has not chosen a candidate to support this fall — but is resolute in his disdain for Trump. "It's really hard to back anything Trump does," Garcia said. "He just says prejudiced stuff." GenForward is a survey by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research . The first-of-its-kind poll pays special attention to the voices of young adults of color, highlighting how race and ethnicity shape the opinions of the country's most diverse generation. Trump's support among young Hispanics is just 10 per cent He does better with older voters

The GenForward survey is a poll of adults between the age of 18 and 30, not necessarily registered or likely voters. Those surveyed may not end up voting, or casting a ballot for either major party candidate for president. The poll found that only 39 percent of young people have a favorable opinion of Clinton to 54 percent who have an unfavorable view of the presumptive Democratic nominee. Desiree Batista, a former supporter of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, said she was "picking the lesser of two evils" in backing Clinton, a decision she reached in part because she believes Trump "was unqualified" to be president. "I just don't think he's fit to be a presidential candidate," said Batista, a 21-year-old college student from Colonia, New Jersey. "I understand people like him as a businessman, even though I don't feel the same way." The depth of animosity toward Trump among young Americans may be driven by the two-thirds of those who believe he is racist. That includes nearly 6 in 10 whites, and more than three-quarters of African Americans, Hispanics and Asians. remy hair extensionsTrump launched his campaign last summer by accusing some immigrants from Mexico of being rapists and bringing drugs into the country. He later vowed to temporarily bar foreign Muslims from entering the U.S., a position from which he has recently backed away. "Clearly, from what Trump has said he can be categorized as racist," said Barrett Coleman, a 28-year-old graduate student from Richmond, Virginia, who is supporting Clinton. "His comments about Mexicans, in particular, are just awful." A Trump's spokeswoman did not return messages seeking comment about the GenForward poll, which found he does have some supporters among young people. Nour El Hanly, a 20-year-old student from Chicago, is a Muslim of Moroccan descent who said he found Clinton "corrupt" and will "continue failing Obama policies." "I do not favor all of (Trump's) rhetoric, but he's a smart businessman who will help the nation's economy," said El Hanly, a Republican. He said he favored Trump's plan to strengthen security along the U.S. border with Mexico, but doesn't think Trump will follow through on any sort of plan to bar Muslims from the country. "Most of my friends don't agree, but I think he is the best choice," he said. Still, the poll found little common ground between young Americans and Trump. About 7 in 10 oppose Trump's proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from other countries from entering the United States. Seven in 10 oppose his plan to build a wall along the U.S. southern border. Six in 10 say immigrants in the country illegally should be allowed to stay, including large majorities of young Hispanics, African-Americans and Asian-Americans and about half of young whites. Nathan Mclendon, a 22-year-old African-American independent, said he doesn't believe Trump can relate to the concerns of young voters or people of color. "He doesn't understand what we're going through. He's not focused on equality," said Mclendon, of Tampa, Florida. "I don't find him trustworthy. And I'm not sure he cares." ___ The poll of 1,965 adults age 18-30 was conducted June 14-27 using a sample drawn from the probability-based GenForward panel, which is designed to be representative of the U.S. young adult population. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 3.8 percentage points. The survey was paid for by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago using grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation. Respondents were first selected randomly using address-based sampling methods, and later interviewed online or by phone.

She's currently filming the latest series of America's Top Model. And being the host of the most style-conscious programme in the United States, it was little surprise that Rita Ora showcased her own flair for fashion on Monday. Enjoying a break away from the set of the show in New York, the 25-year-old Hot Right Now singer stepped out in a quirky, high-fashion take on street style. Scroll down for video perruques cheveux naturelsHot right now?  Being the host of the most style-conscious programme in the United States, it was little surprise that Rita Ora showcased her own flair for fashion on Monday Leaving her hotel in Manhattan, the former X Factor judge looked runway ready herself. Opting for a white printed tee-shirt, which bore cyrillic script, Rita made sure her outfit would spark interest. She paired the baggy tee with some classic black Adidas tracksuit bottoms, and chose to tuck her top into the waist band.

Street chic: Enjoying a break away from the set of the show in New York, the 25-year-old Hot Right Now singer stepped out in a quirky, high-fashion take on street style Her own personal catwalk show? Leaving her hotel in Manhattan, the former X Factor judge looked runway ready herself Slinging a matching Adidas track top over one shoulder, the Radioactive chart-topper cut a casual figure. Rounding off her look in high-fashion manner, the London native wore a pair of ruby red stilettos. Never one to shy away from accessories, the star wore a funky red and white choker, a collection of gold jewellery and a pair of rose-tinted aviators. Say what? Opting for a white printed tee-shirt, which bore cyrillic script, Rita made sure her outfit would spark interest Keeping it casual: She paired the baggy tee with some classic black Adidas tracksuit bottoms, and chose to tuck her top into the waist band Sassy shoes: Rounding off her look in high-fashion manner, the London native wore a pair of ruby red stilettos perruques cheveuxQuuen of bling: Never one to shy away from accessories, the star wore a funky red and white choker, a collection of gold jewellery and a pair of rose-tinted aviators Wearing her blonde lock pulled back into a scruffy bun, the singer made sure no stray hairs fluttered across her striking features. Opting for a natural palette of make-up, the Kosovo-born singer chose to highlight her plump lips with a flash of bright pink lipstick. Taking over from Tyra Banks on ANTM ,Rita has been busy filming series 23 of  the show with model Ashley Graham, stylist Law Roach, and Paper Magazine CCO Drew Elliot. Back to work? Taking over from Tyra Banks on ANTM ,Rita has been busy filming series 23 of the show with model Ashley Graham, stylist Law Roach, and Paper Magazine's Drew Elliot

She's spent the summer performing at festivals across the US. And it looks like there's no rest for Lana Del Rey, who was heading back into a recording studio in Santa Monica on Sunday. Dressed down in skinny blue jeans, a strapless white cotton top with a simple white shirt thrown over the top, the 31-year-old singer made her way to lay down some new vocals. Scroll down for video Young And Beautiful: Lana Del Rey kept it casual in skinny jeans and a white shirt as she headed to a recording studio in Santa Monica on Sunday lace front wigsThe the Born To Die hitmaker wore her newly-dyed chocolate brown locks in a half-up do, pulled away from her face, but hanging loosely around her shoulders. Despite her low-key weekend outfit, the songstress added some hits of colour with her accessories, opting for a chestnut hued Chloe saddle bag to stow away her essentials. The vintage-loving beauty added a pair of red sandals but shunned her regular favourite cat-eye shades. Pure and simple: Dressed down in a strapless white cotton top with a simple white shirt thrown over the top, the 31-year-old singer made her way inside to lay down some vocals

Cherry sandals: The the Born To Die hitmaker wore her newly dyed chocolate brown locks in a half-up do, pulled away from her face, but hanging loosely around her shoulders With her make-up taken back to basics, the natural beauty only needed a touch of powder and smudge of pale lipstick to finish off her look. Recently a song made by Lana in 2011 was leaked on to the internet. The track, titled BBM Baby, paid homage to the days of Blackberry phones, and appears to praise sexting. Back to work: With her make-up taken back to basics, the natural beauty only needed a touch of powder and smudge of pale lipstick to finish off her look cosplay wigsLast year, Lana released her latest album, Honeymoon, and she will continue her tour outside of the US in the autumn. The singer will visit Ireland in September and perform in Mexico in October. And while she's been focusing on her own upcoming performances, she enjoyed a Rihanna concert in Los Angeles in June with singer Jonathan Wilson. It is not known if the two are merely pals, or are dating. New flame? The star enjoyed a Rihanna concert in Los Angeles earlier this month with singer Jonathan Wilson. It is not known if the two are merely pals, or are dating