by: Brent Smith
As a rule, I don’t trust or believe polls. It used to be that even skewed polls, that were purposely wrong to sway the electorate early on, would kind of self-correct as election day approached. They did this so they wouldn’t lose all credibility for being horribly wrong at election time.
But as the left has gone completely off the rails in recent years, suffering Trump Derangement Syndrome, their hard left ideology has simply overwhelmed the need for gravitas. Leftist pollsters no longer seem to care about their reputations post-election.
So seeing this, although it gives me hope, I’m not sure I buy it, even from Rasmussen. But if this is anywhere close to being accurate, Trump is a shoe-in. The dems can’t win without their requisite 90+ percent of the “black vote.”
Rasmussen: Trump Approval Among Likely Black Voters Jumps to 46% After Debate
President Donald Trump’s approval among likely black voters jumped to 46 percent, according to Rasmussen Reports data posted Friday morning, less than 24 hours after the final presidential debate.
According to the tracking survey, Trump’s approval jumped nine points from Thursday to Friday, going from 37 percent on Thursday to 46 percent on the morning following the presidential debate. Overall, Trump has experienced a 24 percent bump in approval among likely black voters since Monday:
Morning Reader Data Points:
National Daily Black Likely Voter Job Approval For @POTUS – October 19-23, 2020
Mon 10/19 – 25%
Tue 10/20 – 24%
Wed 10/21 – 31%
Thu 10/22 – 37%
Fri 10/23 – 46%
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) October 23, 2020
During a segment on race in America, Trump hammered former Vice President Joe Biden for failing to get anything substantive done for the black community during his 47 years in politics, blasting his 1994 crime bill, specifically.
“Nobody has done more for the black community than Donald Trump. And if you look, with the exception of Abraham Lincoln — possible exception, but the exception of Abraham Lincoln, nobody has done what I’ve done,” Trump said, citing his strides in criminal justice reform, prison reform, opportunity zones, and historically black colleges and universities.