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Latest Polls Reveal Black Voters Are Abandoning Democrat Party

Democrat politicians love to use the word “diversity” to appeal to their base, but actions are always louder than words, and Americans are beginning to see through the rhetoric.

On Friday a Rasmussen poll was released and showed that over one-third of black voters are likely to vote for Donald Trump in 2020. An Emerson poll confirmed those numbers, showing that roughly 34.5% of likely black voters support the president.

The numbers were so troubling, the pollsters had to explain how they might have reached the conclusion they did:

Approval of President Donald Trump rose to 34.5 percent among black registered voters in a recent Emerson poll.

The number is notable because only 8 percent of blacks voted for Trump in 2016, according to Cornell University’s Roper Center.

The poll of 1,092 registered voters was conducted Nov. 17–20, partly by automated landline calls and partly online. The same poll taken a month earlier showed approval for Trump’s presidency at 17.8 percent among blacks.

The pollster warns that results for subsets of voters have a higher margin of error than the 2.9 percentage points the poll has as a whole. For black voters, the margin is 8.3 percent, according to Spencer Kimball, assistant professor at Emerson College who oversees the polling.

These polls are devastating for democrats, who have spent years pandering to black Americans, but have done nothing to help them after taking office.

“It might shock Democrats that support for President Trump is rising with Black Americans but it shouldn’t,” Trump campaign Principal Deputy Communications Director Erin Perrine said to Breitbart News. “Blacks are more prosperous than ever because of President Trump with record-low unemployment and rising paychecks.”

While democrats insist that President Trump and the GOP have seemingly “given up on black voters,” President Trump demonstrates that is not the case:

“We’re going to campaign for every last African American vote in 2020,” Trump said in a speech with his supporters in Atlanta, Georgia. Now, we are seeing a mass exodus by black Americans from the democrat plantation.

Democrats are not ready for the red wave that’s about to hit in 2020.