Should racial representation on TV be proportional to percentage of national population? According to the U. S. Census Bureau -- https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/US/RHI825219#RHI825219 Whites make up ~60% of the population of the United States. Blacks make up ~14% of the population of the United States. Hispanics (Latinos) make up ~19% of the population of the United States. Asians (East Asians, "Orientals") make up ~6% of the population of the United States. Now... turn on your TV to any nationwide 'network' channel and what do you see? When was the last time you saw a TV commercial, promo, or program in which the persons who actually appear are shown in PROPORTION to their racial percentage presence in the population? Because we as a nation have become so utterly OBSESSED with 'race' for the past fifteen years, should representation of the races on network TV be in proportion to each race's percentage in the national population?! Shouldn't such representation be "fair-and-BALANCED"...?! You may make up to two choices, but may not changes your vote(s).