Minorities represent less than half of the full-time staffers on the campaigns of President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, but women make up a majority of full-time staffers, according to a report on Sunday.
Biden revealed that 35 percent of his full-time staff and 36 percent of the campaign’s senior advisers are people of color, NBC News reported.
The data was not broken down based on race and ethnicity.
The Trump campaign said 25 percent of its senior staff are minorities, but declined to provide a breakdown for full-time staff.
But women make up 56 percent of senior staffers in the Trump campaign and 52 percent are full-time staff.
On the Biden campaign, 58 percent of senior advisers are women and 53 of its full-time staff are.
The campaigns have been under pressure to release diversity data during the nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd by members of the Minneapolis Police Department on May 25.
The protests have called for police reforms and racial justice.
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