Call it the Trump Bump!
Or the convention bump.
Here's what happened….
After America got a good close look at the Democrats and Joe Biden at their convention, and then got to see the Republicans and Trump at the RNC, Trump's approval rating in the polls among minorities took a rocket ship up!
Uh oh Joe!
It's a beautiful thing:
Here's more on the bump, 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.
The survey found support among Hispanic voters also grew by 2 percentage points, from 30 percent in the last poll to 32 percent in this most recent survey.
Forty-four percent of overall registered voters in the Aug. 22-25 survey approved of Trump's job as president, a 1 percentage point dip from the last poll.
Eighty-two percent of Republican voters approve of Trump, a 1 point increase from the last poll, while 18 percent disapprove.
Eighty-seven percent of Democratic voters disapprove of Trump along with 64 percent of independent voters.
The survey found the president remains underwater with suburban voters and urban voters, at 42 percent support each.
His support remains steady among rural voters, at 53 percent.
And from Breitbart:
The poll conducted an online survey of 2,861 registered voters. Among Republicans, 82 percent approve of Trump while 18 percent disapprove.
A Zogby poll of 901 “likely voters” published on Wednesday reported Trump’s approval at 52 percent, with a 47 percent disapproval rating. More narrowly, the president had a 36 percent approval rating with blacks, a 37 percent approval rating with Hispanics, and a 35 percent approval rating with Asians.
Ten percent of black and Hispanic voters changed their support from former Vice President Joe Biden to Trump over a two-month period, according to a CNN poll published on August 16.