Black Voters For Trump Will More Than Triple, New Poll Shows

A new poll is indicating that former President Donald Trump’s share of the Black vote in this year’s election could be more than triple that of 2020’s.

The Fox News national survey, published on Wednesday, found that President Joe Biden was narrowly leading Trump by 50 percent to 48 percent. The survey, conducted between June 14 and 17, has a margin of error of 3 percent.

The poll also found that 27 percent of Black voters—a key demographic that helped Biden win in 2020—were planning to support Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee.

A big shift to the 45 President of the United States, as 92 percent of black voters backed Biden four years ago, according to the Pew analysis.

This suggests the former president could triple the number of votes from Black voters in November’s election, set to be a rematch of the 2020 race between Trump and Biden, because the Republican won just 8 percent of the Black vote four years ago, according to an analysis by the Pew Research Center.

The same Fox News survey which on Wednesday said Biden had the support of 73 percent of Black voters—underestimated this demographic’s support for the Democrat before the 2020 election, giving him about 79 percent of the Black vote.

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