Two recent polls showed support for Trump growing significantly among black voters.
Some progressives scoffed at the news and even insisted that it couldn’t possibly be true.
Now there is a third poll saying the same thing. How much proof does the left need?
PJ Media reports:
And Then There Were 3: Marist Poll Shows 33% Approval for Trump Among Non-White Voters
The Blexit movement seems to really have an impact among the African American community. We now have three polls showing high approval numbers for President Donald Trump among ethnic minorities: Rasmussen, Emerson and Marist.
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll concludes that 33 percent of non-white voters approve of Donald J. Trump’s performance as president. 57 percent of non-white voters supposedly disapprove of his performance. Although these would be horrendous approval ratings for a Democrat, they’re actually very good for a Republican. For example, back in 2005, African American approval of then President George W. Bush was a mere 16 percent.
As we reported on Monday, both a Rasmussen poll and a poll by Emerson show 34 percent approval for President Trump among African Americans. These poll results were, of course, blasted by liberals who just couldn’t believe that black Americans would think positively of a man they, know-it-all leftwingers, hate so much.
This is very bad news for Democrats in 2020.
Liz Peek writes at FOX News:
Trump is gaining black voters — that’s terrible news for Democrats
Democrats are frantic. For decades, they have taken the black vote for granted. Today, there are signs that empty promises and radical leftist social policies are leaving black voters behind. Worse, polling shows that President Trump is picking up support from black voters. Having tarred the president as a racist and bigot, liberals cannot imagine that even one African American could possibly choose to support him. They are in denial, and it could cost them the 2020 election.
Democratic candidates are promising the moon to win over black voters. Reparations, massive support for historically black colleges, bail reform — everything is on the table. But there are signs that the candidate racking up the most consequential wins with minority voters is Trump.
Nothing — nothing — could be more threatening to Democratic prospects in 2020.
If this trend continues, it will have a major impact on the election.
Democrats should be concerned.