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Friday, October 14, 2016

#BLACK VOTERS don't like PUSSIES ! #TrumpTrain

BLACK VOTERS DON’T LIKE PUSSIES! Support for Hillary has been tanking since her collapse on 9/11, while support for Trump in the Black community is soaring, more than doubling in the last 10 days

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 Among Black Likely Voters, support for Donald Trump has surged from 9% to 24% in just the last ten days. The latest Rasmussen poll has Trump ahead 43% to 41% over Hillary among all likely voters.

ChurchMilitant The University of Southern California/LA Times poll released September 17 shows Clinton has lost almost 20 percent of her support from the Black community in one week.

The majority of that support has been funneled to Donald Trump, who has seen a simultaneous 16 percent uptick in support from that voting bloc. But 72 percent of the black community still favors Clinton over Trump, according to the poll.

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  The University of Southern California/LA Times poll released September 17 shows Clinton has lost almost 20 percent of her support from the Black community in one week. The majority of that support has been funneled to Donald Trump, who has seen a simultaneous 16 percent uptick in support from that voting bloc. But 72 percent of the black community still favors Clinton over Trump, according to the poll.

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New York Times-CBS poll released two days prior indicates that adding Green Party candidate Jill Stein and Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson to the mix, Clinton and Trump are in a dead heat at 42 percent each.

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Clinton’s likability among members of the Black community is even more dismal when compared to the support given to fellow Democrat Barack Obama. In 2012, Obama garnered 93 percent of the black vote, according to the Cornell University’s Roper Center.

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2012 was the first year the black vote topped that of white voters, when 67 percent of eligible Afro-American voters cast their ballots.

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Voter turnout may prove problematic for Clinton, as polls show only 44 percent of her supporters are enthusiastic about voting for her. This is in contrast to the slight majority of 50 percent of Trump voters who say they are enthusiastic about voting for him.

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Possible reasons for Trump’s support range from his views on building a strong economy to clamping down on illegal immigration, which takes jobs from black citizens.

No Republican has won the black vote since Vice President Richard Nixon in 1960.

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