Hillary Clinton and almost every other Democrat have called trump a racist, so is it possible black voters are starting to like Trump?
According to a Rasmussen Poll that tracks the black voters, Trump started October with only 9% of likely black voter supporting the GOP candidate.
That number has almost doubled in three weeks. See the numbers below.
Black Likely Voters for Trump
Oct. 3 – 9%
Oct. 6 – 12%
Oct. 10 – 14%
Oct. 12 – 19%
Oct. 17 – 17%
Oct. 20 – 15%
Oct. 25 – 16%
The numbers show a strong growth so far this month, and it isn’t over. This election isn’t over either.
If Trump could get just 25% of black voters to support him, he would win in a landslide.
The Democratic Party is made up of 22% black voters. Shaving off 25% of the black vote would cost the Democratic Party 5% of their voters. That is enough for Trump to win in the battleground states where the black vote is the strongest.
States like Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, and Ohio and could really drive home wins in states like Texas.
The other scenario that isn’t being monitored by the corporate media is the lack of enthusiasm in this election compared to the last two.
In 2008 and 2012 we saw the black people in America come out in their biggest numbers ever to support a president.
They don’t feel as strongly about Hillary as they did Barack Obama, and rightfully so. There is a huge enthusiasm gap and black voters are not expected to come out in the numbers they did in the two previous elections.
With lower turnout, the black Trump supporters are even more important to this election and could be group that pushes Trump over the top in most battleground states.
This election is truly historic and we still have two weeks, this isn’t over yet.
Do you think Trump will get 25% of the black vote in America? Let us know in the comments below.