Black support for Trump 35%

May 2019
7,857
9,839
midwest
I found this article:

The poll of 1,092 registered voters was conducted Nov. 17–20, partly by automated landline calls and partly online. The same poll taken a month earlier showed approval for Trump’s presidency at 17.8 percent among blacks.
The pollster warns that results for subsets of voters have a higher margin of error than the 2.9 percentage points the poll has as a whole. For black voters, the margin is 8.3 percent, according to Spencer Kimball, assistant professor at Emerson College who oversees the polling.
But there doesn’t seem to be any issue with the data itself that could explain such a significant increase.
In November, Emerson interviewed 153 black voters, compared with 140 in October. There were slightly more Republicans in the November group (13.1 percent versus 10.2 percent in October). But there were also more Democrats (69.5 percent vs 64.1 percent).
The Epoch Times is a multi-language newspaper[2] founded in 2000 by John Tang and a group of Chinese Americans associated with the Falun Gong spiritual movement.[3] Though the newspaper has been known for general interest topics with a focus on news about China and its human rights issues, it is becoming known for its support of U.S. President Donald Trump and favorable coverage of right-wing politicians in Europe; a 2019 report showed it to be the second-largest funder of pro-Trump Facebook advertising after the Trump campaign itself.[4][5][6][7][8][9][10] The newspaper is part of the Epoch Media Group, which also operates New Tang Dynasty Television (NTD).[7] The group's news sites and YouTube channels are known for spreading conspiracy theories such as QAnon and anti-vaccination propaganda.[7] For its articles, the publication draws from a network within China, as well as Chinese expatriates living in the West.[11][12][13][14]
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Jan 2015
54,859
16,498
Great State of Texas
If 35% of blacks supported Trump, then the Entire GOP wouldn't still be opposing the Voting Rights Act. A segregationist position.
Only 2 Republican Senators voted against the Voting Rights Act compared to 16 Democrats.

Folks you can't make up this level of indoctrinated ignorance.