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HUGE BREAKING NEWS: Donald Trump 2024 Support Among Black Americans Is Rapidly Increasing

A recent GenForward poll reveals that an increasing number of Black Americans are shifting their support toward Donald Trump for the upcoming 2024 elections.

Trump’s support among Black Americans has risen by nine points since the 2020 election.

This is probably due to issues related to the economy and the crisis at the southern border.

In the past few months, Black Americans in cities like Chicago have been vocal in expressing their opposition to the influx of illegal border crossers being relocated to their communities.

As reported by Breitbart News:

Poll: 17% of Black Americans Support Donald Trump, Up 9 Points from 2020

Former President Donald Trump’s support among black Americans is surging ahead of the 2024 election, polling from GenForward shows.

The black vote is a key demographic that has heavily favored Democrats for the past 50 years. Trump won 8 percent of black voters in 2020.

GenForward polling found:

– 17 percent of black Americans currently support Trump
– 20 percent of black Americans said they would vote for “someone else” other than Trump or Biden

“It is possible, and we’ve seen it before, that a higher number, in particular, Black men because of a kind of hypermasculinity of Donald Trump, could vote for Trump [again],” the founder and director of the GenForward project and University of Chicago political science professor Cathy Cohen told Politico.

The poll surveyed 3,448 eligible voters from November 8–30 with a 3-point margin of error.

This news is likely to strike fear into Democrats.

Black Americans need to understand that, despite what Democrats and the media may say, they are welcome within the Trump coalition. Trump aims to improve America for all citizens, regardless of race.

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