HUGE: Poll Finds 40 Percent Of Hispanic Voters And 21 Percent Of Black Voters Now Support Republicans

A new poll from USA Today finds that black and Hispanic voters are backing Republicans in significant numbers.

They may not look like big numbers but this is actually shockingly bad news for Democrats who rely on minority groups as part of their coalition.

If this is accurate, it will greatly boost Republicans and damage Democrats.

From USA Today:

Exclusive poll: Republican support rises ahead of Election Day, with inflation driving voters

Republicans are resurgent as the midterm campaign heads into its final stretch, an exclusive USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds, amid angst about President Joe Biden’s leadership and the nation’s economy.

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As Americans feel the bite of inflation in their daily lives, from eating out less often to canceling vacations, voters overwhelmingly view the election as a way to send a message to the White House – and by double digits, that message is to change course.

On a generic ballot, one naming parties but not individual candidates, those surveyed now support the Republican congressional candidate over the Democratic one by 49%-45%, a turnaround since the USA TODAY poll taken in July, when Democrats led 44%-40%. The findings stoke GOP hopes of gaining control of the House of Representatives in the Nov. 8 elections, and with that, new powers to confront the Democratic White House.

This is the key part:

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The issue of inflation – and the feeling that the White House hasn’t done enough to address it – is helping Republicans score significant inroads among Hispanic and Black voters, both demographic groups that Democrats have long relied on for support. Now 40% of Hispanics and 21% of Blacks are backing the Republican candidate.

To compare, Republican Donald Trump carried 12% of Blacks and 32% of Hispanics in the 2020 presidential election, according to network exit polls.

These are numbers that indicate a red wave.

The Senate is still in question, but the House looks like a done deal.

 

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