Poll: Who would be better at handling America’s race relations?

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DALLAS, TX - JULY 11: An American flag sits by the scene of Thursday evenings shooting in downtown Dallas on July 11, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Most of Dallas got back to work on Monday following an emotional and stressed filled weekend. Five police officers were killed and seven others were injured in the evening ambush during a march against recent police involved shootings. The suspect, 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson of Mesquite, Texas, once served in the military. This is the deadliest incident for U.S. law enforcement since September 11. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Fatal tragedies across the country have been occurring at an alarming rate in recent weeks. A recent spike in gun violence has stirred emotion, exhaustion, and confusion.

Discerning how to mend a human racial divide is seemingly difficult, especially in an election year. Local, state and national voices are increasingly vying for attention, when supporting their viewpoint:  all lives matter and black lives matter.

Republicans and Democrats will have their chance to educate voters on their race relations stance. This week, Donald Trump and Republicans will share their stance, while next week Hillary Clinton and Democrats will share their stance. Libertarian Gary Johnson has also emerged as a third-party candidate, and has been described as having more staying power.

Who would be better at handling America’s race relations?