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Black Men under the age of 35 the hidden Trump voters that polls are not picking up

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  1. bobrek

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    I'll take the way under
     
  2. Reeko

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    How many times are u gonna post pure sh*t on here?

    the latest from Rasmussen...

    A poll by Rasmussen Reports has US President Donald Trump leading Democrat nominee Joe Biden by 48 to 47 percent nationally, according to their report Monday.

    Who here actually believes that Trump is ahead of Biden nationally? Wake up...
     
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  3. Reeko

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    it’s no wonder we have other idiots on here talking about Trump getting over 20% of the black vote

    they’ll believe anything as long as it’s pro-Trump, it doesn’t matter how trash the source or info is
     
  4. Mr.Scarface

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    Let’s bet. If Trump gets 31% of the black vote, I will leave this board for a year. What will you do?
     
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    no need to bet anything, just posting the news
     
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    Tweet propaganda isn’t news.
     
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    He'll give up this user account he has treasured since May 2020
     
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    Polls Show Trump-Biden Racial Gap Is Shrinking
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    Mr. Biden has lost almost exactly as much ground among nonwhite voters as he has gained among white voters, but trading nonwhite for white voters is a favorable deal for Mr. Biden. White voters outnumber nonwhite voters by more than two to one, and by an even greater ratio in the most important battleground states.

    In a longer-term compilation of polling since June, Mr. Trump’s gains appear to include both Black and Latino voters, though exact measurement of such smaller groups is challenging. It’s even harder to measure subgroups: say, Cuban-Americans in Miami-Dade County.
    The Times/Siena surveys suggest that the president’s strength is particularly significant among Hispanic voters. Across those surveys since September, Mr. Biden holds only an 84-7 lead among Hispanic voters who said they backed Mrs. Clinton four years ago, compared with a 93-2 lead among Black voters and a 94-3 lead among white voters who said they did.

    The president’s strength among nonwhite voters represents an increasingly vital element of his possible path to re-election. It helps him counter a serious weakness among older white voters in the pivotal state of Florida and in other Sun Belt battlegrounds, including Nevada, which Mrs. Clinton carried four years ago.

    In Times/Siena polling so far this fall, Black and Hispanic voters appear somewhat receptive to the kinds of conservative messages usually derided as racist dog whistles. In polling in September, for example, nonwhite voters split roughly evenly on whether “law and order” or the coronavirus was more important to their presidential vote. Nonwhite voters were likelier to say they thought Mr. Trump would do a better job handling “law and order” than they were to say they supported him over Mr. Biden.

    It was not the first time this cycle that nonwhite voters defied the hopes of progressive activists. Black Democrats in Virginia were likelier than white Democrats to say Ralph Northam should remain as governor after the revelation of a 35-year-old racist photo on his medical school yearbook page. And Black voters backed Mr. Biden by overwhelming margins over a variety of more progressive challengers in the primary, despite his often conservative record on race and policing.

    Many progressive policies for systematic change, like reparations for the descendants of slaves, defunding the police or removing Confederate monuments, fail to attract strong support in polls, suggesting that a focus on these issues could risk eroding Democratic standing. It also suggests a widening gap between the views of progressive activists and the rank-and-file of nonwhite voters.

    While American politics has become less polarized along racial lines during the Trump era, the gender gap has grown. In Times/Siena surveys since September, Mr. Biden has a mere seven-point lead among Hispanic men and a 37-point lead among Hispanic women — even larger than the 20-point gender gap among white voters. And while the gender gap is smaller among Black voters, Mr. Biden has a relatively poor 78-11 lead among Black men in the Times/Siena poll.

    Nonwhite men may like the president for the same kind of reasons that white men do, like a macho appeal. And the president’s populism may have some appeal to blue-collar men of all races and ethnic groups. Hispanic voters said they preferred Mr. Biden over Mr. Trump to handle the economy, but by only an eight-point margin.​
     
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    Yeezy, weezy, and 50 for trump?

    If outkast, ugk, and 2pac switch over the soundtrack is gonna be lit.
     
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    Two of those acts are dead.
     
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    Lil Wayne wants to keep his tax cuts
     
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    this is the latest black fool endorsing Trump being used as a prop

     
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    the tweet came from a major news outlet. dont blame me
     
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    The parties are reswitching, white voters are returning to the democrat party, and a lot of non white voters are returning to the right. in the 20's and 30's african americans did their best in america when they were self reliant. Hope these poll numbers continue
     
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    I might not be an expert in american history but WTF am I reading.
    In the 20s and 30s african americans did their best in america? When they couldn't even vote? And were segregated?
     
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    african american out of wedlock birth rates were the lowest in america, crime in the african american community was pretty much non exsistant. We had our own buinesses and towns which made a steady income. Our success without the dependence of whites is one of the many reasons why the KKK was formed to "keep us in line". It was normal to believe back then that blacks couldnt be successful without whites helping us. And the KKK was there to try and scare us to make us feel that even though we were free we were nothing.
     
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    Mr. Biden has a relatively poor 78-11 lead among Black men in the Times/Siena poll.
    I do hope for the day race is not a top 5 issue for voting. That and the obstructionist politics Republicans like to **** around with since Bush.

    Our balance sheet and economy needed to do better, instead Trump inflated the economic numbers by printing money we can't pay for... pre-covid. Speaking of Bush, minority home ownership peaked during his watch, except it was inflated away with **** loans and unpayable debts.

    Food for thought...
     

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