[Ed. – Not so strange when you consider all Trump has done for blacks, especially when contrasted with Biden’s ‘you ain’t black’ comment.]
Think 2020 can’t get any stranger? What if Black and Hispanic voters provided just enough of a bump to give a Republican the presidential victory?
According to the polls, it could happen.
Unlike most Republican politicians, who publicly talk about reaching out to Black and Hispanic voters but privately moan that it’s a waste of time and money, President Trump thinks both should be voting Republican.
His outreach apparently has made inroads, and it’s showing up in the polls.
Rasmussen’s most recent “National Daily Black Likely Voter” poll, which closed on Oct. 29, showed 31 percent of likely Black voters opting for Trump/Pence.
If that poll is close to accurate, it’s likely a game changer — both for this election and for the Republican Party.
In 2016 Trump received about 8 percent of the Black and 28 percent of the Hispanic vote.