by Bob Adelmann, The New American
A poll conducted by UCLA for its Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape project revealed that younger black voters hold much more favorable opinions of President Trump than do their elders.
According to results released on Wednesday, the poll showed that 29 percent of black voters from age 30 through 44 have either a “very favorable” or “somewhat favorable” view of the president. Twenty-one percent of those aged 18 — 29 hold similar views. These contrast sharply with their elders: just 14 percent of those aged 45 — 64 are favorable toward the president, while nine percent of those 65 and older are favorable.
Rob Smith, a black conservative activist who contributes to Turning Point USA, thinks it’s “because they’re tired of hearing the same stories about victimhood, racism, and zero answers that the left has been giving for years.
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