Black support for Trump 35%

Sep 2019
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This is devastating news for democrats and explains why they feel the need to impeach and remove. No way democrats can beat Trump in the next election if they are losing the black vote.


"Two recent polls show a colossal shift of black voters now supporting President Donald Trump – up from just 8% in 2016 to more than one in three African American voters today.

“Both Emerson and Rasmussen are reporting black American support for President Trump is at 34%,”

Add to that Latino voters and democrats are totally screwed.

"The poll also showed significant rise in approval among Hispanic voters – from 26.2% in October to 38.2% in November,” WND divulged. “Overall, the Emerson poll showed Trump’s approval at 48.3% – up from 43.2% from October.”

 
Jul 2014
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This is devastating news for democrats and explains why they feel the need to impeach and remove. No way democrats can beat Trump in the next election if they are losing the black vote.


"Two recent polls show a colossal shift of black voters now supporting President Donald Trump – up from just 8% in 2016 to more than one in three African American voters today.

“Both Emerson and Rasmussen are reporting black American support for President Trump is at 34%,”

Add to that Latino voters and democrats are totally screwed.

"The poll also showed significant rise in approval among Hispanic voters – from 26.2% in October to 38.2% in November,” WND divulged. “Overall, the Emerson poll showed Trump’s approval at 48.3% – up from 43.2% from October.”

Now you know this is just gonna piss of a bunch of people.

You and your source can expect to be attacked and discredited any minute now.

And, they might talk bad about your Mama...
 
Mar 2015
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Mad Prophet
"One week before the 2018 elections, Rasmussen had President Trump's support among black Americans at 40 percent. According to exit polls, only 8 percent of black voters nationwide voted for Republican candidates," Luntz tweeted Monday.

"There are a whole bunch of black people in Louisiana. Did they vote 34% for the Republican after 45 BEGGED them to 3 times? NOPE! Not even close," remarked Pam Keith, former Democratic Florida congressional candidate, also calling the numbers into question.

 
Mar 2015
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Mad Prophet
In 2009 Time magazine described Rasmussen Reports as a "conservative-leaning polling group." John Zogby said in 2010 that Scott Rasmussen had a "conservative constituency." In 2012 The Washington Post called Rasmussen a "polarizing pollster." Rasmussen has received criticism over the wording in its polls