Trump is More Popular Amongst Blacks & Hispanics Than He Was in 2016
Paul Joseph Watson
Despite three years of the media incessantly asserting that Donald Trump is a racist, his popularity amongst blacks and Hispanics has increased since 2016.
Exit polling data from 2016 showed Hillary Clinton earning 88 per cent of the black vote compared to Trump’s 8 per cent. This figure was still higher than Mitt Romney’s 6 per cent in 2012.
However, a new poll by Quinnipiac which maps out a hypothetical match up between Joe Biden and Trump shows Trump now has 12 per cent support from African-Americans.
Similarly, Trump’s poll numbers amongst Hispanics have improved.
In 2016, Trump garnered 28 per cent of the Hispanic vote. He now has the support of 33 per cent of Hispanics.
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