“47% of black adults still feel Zimmerman should be found guilty of murdering the black teenager, compared to 55% in March,” according to a Rasmussen poll. “Now nearly as many blacks (40%) think Zimmerman acted in self-defense.” Yes, well, here’s the actual question: “From what you know, should the man who killed Trayvon Martin be found guilty of murder or was he acting in self-defense?” That’s a very tricky little qualifier there. Especially as respondents are losing interest in the case. “Americans aren’t following the story quite as closely as they were previously. Sixty-seven percent (67%) say they are following news about the shooting incident in Florida at least somewhat closely, with 33% who are following Very Closely. But the overall figure is down from 78% in the two previous surveys.” The big question now: will Zimmerman’s trial be televised?