I oppose all affirmative action, period. So I say no.
But I’m glad whenever someone brings up this topic, because it points out the silliness of affirmative action and most arguments about diversity. America has a wide diversity of people: many races, many religions, two genders, fifty state populations, all ages from 0 to past 100.
We also have many institutions that hire people based on merit. Universities hire smart people to teach science, math, history, and so forth. Professional sports teams hire people based on strength, speed, and so forth. The military hires people based partially on strength as well as brains and other things. Hollywood studios hire actors based partially on how good looking they are. Hospitals look for doctors who have both brains and social skills, “bedside manner”, etc…
There is no inherent reason to believe that any measure of merit will be distributed with exact equality among every race, every age, both genders, etc… In other words, if employers hire based on merit, they won’t get a demographic mix that exactly matches the population of the country. There’s no reason to expect that any employer should get such a demographic mix, even if their hiring practices are completely fair. If an employer gets a disproportionate share of any race, or gender, or age group, it is not evidence of unfair discrimination. That why most complaints about hiring discrimination are bogus, and why affirmative action does no good.