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WALK AWAY: “Why am I NOT supporting Joe Biden?”


This one is really stunning folks!

Democrats expect black people to vote for them like sheep.

But black America is waking up to the Democrat Party.

Just take a look at this black voter explain why he won’t support Biden:

Defund the police and it'll destroy black communties.

Drugs will be everywhere.

Criminals will run rampant.

Maybe this is why CNN reports that Biden's edge with black voters is far lower than Hillary Clinton's in 2016:

Although Black voters propelled Biden to victory in the primary, his lead with them continues to be noticeably smaller than Clinton's edge at the end of the 2016 campaign.
One clear way to deduce if Biden had a successful convention is if he starts at least matching Clinton's numbers with Black voters.

The convention was, of course, the first big opportunity for Biden to share the limelight with his running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris. Harris, the first Black and South Asian woman to be on a major party ticket, was selected in part because of the clamoring among the base for Biden to pick a woman of color as his running mate.

Biden will take any help he can get with Black voters.

So far this month, there have been five live interview polls for which I could attain a Black voter crosstab: ABC News/Washington Post, CNN/SSRS, Fox News, Marist College/NPR/PBS NewsHour and NBC News/Wall Street Journal. While none of the polls individually have a sample size to be too reliable, aggregated together they tell a pretty clear story.

Biden is ahead among Black registered voters by 67 points on average and 71 points in the median of these polls. That's a sizable advantage.

It's actually slightly less though than the 75-point lead he had with Black registered voters when I looked at the average of polls taken in late May through mid-July. While we can't be sure that Biden's actually doing worse with Black voters than he had previously, given sample size restrictions, it's quite clear he isn't doing better than he was earlier in the summer. As far as I can tell, Biden's lead with Black voters is currently at one of its lowest levels of the 2020 campaign.

More interestingly, his support among Black voters is quite clearly smaller than Clinton's 79-point margin in the final registered voter polls of 2016.

An 8-point shift among Black voters (i.e. moving from a 79-point win for the Democrats to a 71-point win) could be a huge deal if applied to the swing states. It could shift the overall margin in a number of states (like Michigan and Florida) by a point. Remember Clinton only lost Florida by a little more than a point and Michigan by just 0.2 points.

And our friends at the Hill detail how after the RNC convention, Trump saw huge gains with black and Hispanic voters:

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.

While you're at it, check out these black Republican women explain why they love Trump:


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