Americans hoped that race relations in the U.S. would improve with Barack Obama in the White House. But a majority of those surveyed in the latest IBD/TIPP poll see no difference, and more of those who do see a change think it's been for the worse. This includes whites, blacks and Hispanics. The demographic groups with the largest percentages of respondents saying things have gotten worse are Republicans, independents, seniors, men and those who live in the South. Only Democrats and Northeasterners had larger percentages saying relations have improved.