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Posted 17 January 2020 - 07:57 AM

Black voters are starting to support Trump – And that could destroy Dems 2020 dreams
Posted by Kane on January 17, 2020 1:33 am
Daniel Henninger – Wall Street Journal
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The traditional view of African-American voters supporting the Democratic Party could be upended by three recent polls, which show growing support for President Trump among black voters. What if in November enough black Americans voted for Donald Trump to re-elect him into the presidency?

This unlikely straw has been in the political winds recently because in three opinion polls—Emerson, Marist and Rasmussen—President Trump registered about 30% support among black voters.

Asked to respond by, former Hillary Clinton adviser Joel Payne said: "I have a better chance of jumping center for the Celtics tonight than Donald Trump having 30% support in the African-American community." He may get the call.

The reason this unlikely 30% number breaks the seals in Democratic heads is that for years it has been a rule of thumb in politics that if black support for Republicans ever reached 20% of the total vote, a Democratic presidential candidate would not be able to win, ever.

A Gallup analysis of the Roper Center's exit poll data has Republican candidates averaging about 10% of the black vote since 1976. In 2016, Mr. Trump topped out at 8%. Still, one wonders if Mr. Trump's potential pull from black and Hispanic voters may be the sleeper issue of the 2020 campaign, the way conventional wisdom missed the 2016 Trump vote in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

One anecdote: I was walking through a neighborhood food court in Manhattan last month and noticed a new counter that sells smoked fish. Behind it, learning the operation, were five employees—all in their 20s and all black or Hispanic. A thought occurred to me: That's the Trump economy. That is the reality behind the monthly jobs numbers. An entrepreneur got a loan to open this small business and gave these five what looked like their first jobs. Also reported in the past two years is how workers in their first or second jobs are moving up the pay scale into higher-level jobs.

But maybe some of these minority voters—maybe even the additional numbers Mr. Trump needs to earn 15% to 20% of the black vote—don't think work grows on trees or out of federal transfer payments and do believe this president's policies have contributed to their paychecks and improved prospects.

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 09:36 AM

If we had an honest media, this would have happened years ago.
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Posted 17 January 2020 - 12:13 PM

Yup. Trump is the best thing to happen to the black community in decades. Unfortunately, they've been so brainwashed to hate Republicans that their support for Trump is still only about 30%. That's sad, but at least it's slowly growing.

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 12:58 PM

The biggest swindle in the black community came when the Democrats convinced them that it was the Republicans who were their enemy. They forgot so easily how for decades it was the Dems who beat, lynched, intimidated, and segregated them.

Now, hopefully, the black community is having their waking up moment and realizing that it's the Dems who have been holding them back.

The most successful black people I've met said they got to where they were through sheer determination and hard work. They said they didn't ask for a handout to assist in their efforts and they closed their ears to rantings of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.
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Posted 17 January 2020 - 06:12 PM

Oh hell I thought he was a white guy! Must be like David Webb enjoying his "white privilege"..... :)
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Posted 17 January 2020 - 07:35 PM

View PostMontyPython, on 17 January 2020 - 12:13 PM, said:

Yup. Trump is the best thing to happen to the black community in decades. Unfortunately, they've been so brainwashed to hate Republicans that their support for Trump is still only about 30%. That's sad, but at least it's slowly growing.

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Yup, the good news is that we only need a portion. When you start low, you can make gains more easily :)
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Posted 17 January 2020 - 08:32 PM

View Postzurg, on 17 January 2020 - 07:35 PM, said:

Yup, the good news is that we only need a portion. When you start low, you can make gains more easily :)


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Posted 17 January 2020 - 09:28 PM

View PostMTP Reggie, on 17 January 2020 - 07:57 AM, said:

Black voters are starting to support Trump – And that could destroy Dems 2020 dreams
Posted by Kane on January 17, 2020 1:33 am
Daniel Henninger – Wall Street Journal
Citizen Free Press

<More Bad News For democrats Here>

The traditional view of African-American voters supporting the Democratic Party could be upended by three recent polls, which show growing support for President Trump among black voters. What if in November enough black Americans voted for Donald Trump to re-elect him into the presidency?

This unlikely straw has been in the political winds recently because in three opinion polls—Emerson, Marist and Rasmussen—President Trump registered about 30% support among black voters.

Asked to respond by, former Hillary Clinton adviser Joel Payne said: "I have a better chance of jumping center for the Celtics tonight than Donald Trump having 30% support in the African-American community." He may get the call.

The reason this unlikely 30% number breaks the seals in Democratic heads is that for years it has been a rule of thumb in politics that if black support for Republicans ever reached 20% of the total vote, a Democratic presidential candidate would not be able to win, ever.

A Gallup analysis of the Roper Center's exit poll data has Republican candidates averaging about 10% of the black vote since 1976. In 2016, Mr. Trump topped out at 8%. Still, one wonders if Mr. Trump's potential pull from black and Hispanic voters may be the sleeper issue of the 2020 campaign, the way conventional wisdom missed the 2016 Trump vote in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

One anecdote: I was walking through a neighborhood food court in Manhattan last month and noticed a new counter that sells smoked fish. Behind it, learning the operation, were five employees—all in their 20s and all black or Hispanic. A thought occurred to me: That's the Trump economy. That is the reality behind the monthly jobs numbers. An entrepreneur got a loan to open this small business and gave these five what looked like their first jobs. Also reported in the past two years is how workers in their first or second jobs are moving up the pay scale into higher-level jobs.

But maybe some of these minority voters—maybe even the additional numbers Mr. Trump needs to earn 15% to 20% of the black vote—don't think work grows on trees or out of federal transfer payments and do believe this president's policies have contributed to their paychecks and improved prospects.

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Doesn't matter. The Democrats have latched their wagons to the votes of the illegals they are trying to register in record numbers.


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