Trump’s Approval With Black Americans Surges To 28%

A new survey from Atlas Intel found President Trump’s approval rating rise to 28%, this is 20% higher than the percentage of black votes President Trump received in 2016.


This poll also found President Trump being only down 3 points overall:

This isn’t the only poll that has shown an increase in black support for President Trump.

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A poll from Emerson put President Trump’s support among black Americans at 19%. This is 11% higher than in 2016.


A Hill-Harris poll found a 9% increase in support from black voters. This was just looking at from the beginning of the Republican National Convention to the end of it.

From The Hill:

President Trump’s support among black voters rose 9 percentage points amid the Republican National Convention, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds.

Twenty-four percent of registered black voters in the Aug. 22-25 survey, which included the first two days of the convention, said they approve of the job Trump is doing as president, while 76 percent said they disapprove.

That is up 9 points from the previous survey conducted Aug. 8-11, where the President received 15 percent support among this group.

These polls could be the reason we are seeing Joe Biden and the Democrats changing their election strategy. For months Joe Biden and the Democrats claimed that the riots in cities across America were peaceful.

Biden has finally admitted they weren’t. The new strategy is blaming President Trump for them.

This might be too little too late though.

Michael Goodwin of the New York Post penned an Op-Ed titled “Joe Biden finally breaks silence on urban violence, too late”

Goodwin says that he considers Biden’s downplaying of the riots “to be a historic error”.

From The New York Post:

It’s very little, and very late, maybe even too late to save his campaign.

Dems made what I believe to be a historic error in failing to say a single word — a single word — about the national urban crisis during their convention last week. They said nothing about the violence and the tent cities of homeless popping up everywhere, yet embraced the Black Lives Matter movement, frequently criticized the police and romanced protesters as a new wave of selfless heroes.

But what the nation is witnessing is not protest and it is certainly not heroic. It is a generational assault on America’s founding principles and our modern way of life. Murder and arson do not bring about social justice.

The country has noticed. Slowly but surely, the nation is awakening to the horror unfolding on television screens night after night and the fact that the Dems have been MIA in the battle for safety.

The polls are starting to shift — two now have President Trump’s approval rating over 50 percent — and other Dems, including the mayor of Washington, suddenly are calling for an end to the violence.

 

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