Here’s a story you will not see on many mainstream media outlets. President Trump is enjoying an historic approval rating with minority voters.
You could give credit to Black Live Matter’s riotous activities and/or the prominent presentations by African-American speakers at the Republican National Convention for President Trump’s approval rating among Black voters soaring by 60 percent, according to a new poll.
Black voter approval jumped to 24%, up from 15% in the pollster’s earlier survey, according to a new HarrisX-Hil poll. His Hispanic approval rating jumped two percentage points to 32 percent in the same poll.
Historically, Republican presidential candidates receive less than 10 percent of minority votes in the general election.
Both the Black and Hispanic approval numbers — if they hold up until the Nov. election — will pave the way for the President certainly to put New York state in play.
Among the prominent Black speakers at the RNC were: Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson; former NFL players Burgess Owens and Herschel Walker, Democratic Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones and Kim Klacik, a Republican congressional candidate running to fill the seat of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, Maryland Democrat.