SHOCK POLL: President Trump Gets 28 Percent Support From Blacks, 41 Percent Support From Hispanics!
A shocking new poll shows President Donald Trump with 28 percent support from blacks and 41 percent from Hispanics, indicating that his outreach plans to minorities may be succeeding.
The poll, conducted by Atlas Intel over the period of Aug. 24 to 30, also shows President Trump with a four-point lead over Biden among white voters. He still trails Biden by three points in the overall polling numbers at the present time though.
Among Black Voters:
Among Hispanic Voters:
Among White Voters:
Biden 46%@atlas_intel, LV, 8/24-30 https://t.co/kIM1MME3GY
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) September 1, 2020
President Trump has noted that these national polling results may be skewed because of the well-documented phenomenon of Trump supporters being unwilling to declare their support publicly due to fear of repercussions in the age of widespread leftist terror.
The polling numbers have Trump up 20 points among black voters and up 13 points among Hispanic voters in comparison to 2016. The numbers also show Biden down a shocking 23 points among black voters and down 10 points with Hispanics compared to the totals from 2016, as the deteriorating Democrat gives minorities little to be excited about.
Big League Politics has reported on President Trump rising quickly in the polls as Democrat cities go up in flames with no end to the carnage in sight:
A new poll conducted by British newspaper the Sunday Express in conjunction with the Democracy Institute reveals that President Donald Trump is leading Democratic challenger Joe Biden by a margin of 48% to 46%. The national poll was conducted last week.
Perhaps more significantly, the poll reveals that President Trump is handily leading Biden in the most crucial of swing states, leading with voters in the states of Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin by a handy margin of 48% to 43%. If such polls translate to election day victory margins, President Trump could secure an even greater election night victory than he did in 2016, taking 309 votes in the electoral college by flipping Minnesota red.
Democracy Institute Director Patrick Basham claims that the poll’s methodology accounts for a population of ‘shy’ Trump supporters who are reluctant to respond to polls from corporate mainstream media networks. The poll shows a wide enthusiasm gap in the President’s favor, but Basham claims that 71% of planned Trump supporters are cautionary about revealing that they publicly support the President’s campaign for re-election.
Other polls show President Trump making big league headway in battleground states that are likely to decide this year’s election.
Trump 47% (+2)
James (R) 48% (+1)
Peters (D-inc) 47%@trafalgar_group, LV, 8/14-23
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) August 28, 2020
The momentum is clearly on the side of President Trump, which is why Democrats are freaking out as they feel their chances to regain control of the country slip away.