The Blexit movement seems to really have an impact among the African American community. We now have three polls showing high approval numbers for President Donald Trump among ethnic minorities: Rasmussen, Emerson and Marist.
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll concludes that 33 percent of non-white voters approve of Donald J. Trump’s performance as president. 57 percent of non-white voters supposedly disapprove of his performance. Although these would be horrendous approval ratings for a Democrat, they’re actually very good for a Republican. For example, back in 2005, African American approval of then President George W. Bush was a mere 16 percent.
As we reported on Monday, both a Rasmussen poll and a poll by Emerson show 34 percent approval for President Trump among African Americans. These poll results were, of course, blasted by liberals who just couldn’t believe that black Americans would think positively of a man they, know-it-all leftwingers, hate so much. See, for example, CNN crybaby Ana Navarro-Cárdenas.
Although the new Marist poll doesn’t differentiate specific ethnic minorities, the “non-white” support for President Trump is extremely good news. African Americans and Hispanics are by far the largest minority groups. They’re also just about of equal size. This means that it is indeed likely that African American support for the president has increased significantly in recent months.
So far, no reports have been published on the reasons for this increased approval rating among minorities. However, it’s likely that it’s driven by both the impeachment scam and by the Blexit movement. This movement, led among others by Candace Owens, tries to convince African Americans to turn their backs on the Democratic Party.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) November 27, 2019
If true, this will truly cause a massive earthquake in American politics. If Democrats no longer own the black vote (as in: getting 90 percent of the black vote without having to actually do anything for it), there’s literally no chance of them winning a presidential election.