A recent CNN poll revealed that former President Donald Trump is leading President Joe Biden by three points among “men of color” voters, with 49% supporting Trump and 46% backing Biden.
The poll also showed that 42% of eligible black men and 40% of eligible Hispanic men voted for Trump in the 2020 election, representing a shift from traditional voting patterns.
Despite overall support from black and Hispanic voters, Biden’s lead has decreased, with only 72% of black voters and 47% of Hispanic voters currently supporting him. (Trending: Obama’s Ignorant Remarks On Israel)
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“Shocking, shocking,” said CNN’s Van Jones.
“The Black male, that’s a stunner. Black women have been in the lead, but Black men haven’t been that far behind.”
This represents a significant decline in support among nonwhite voters compared to the 2020 election results, indicating a challenging situation for Biden and the Democratic Party.
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