Rasmussen and Emerson Polls Report Trump Black Approval Over 30 Percent

Black approval for President Trump reached over 30 percent as reported by two polling companies.

Rasmussen Reports found President Trump obtained 34 percent of total black approval.

Rasmussen Reports provided an analysis of the finding.

An Emerson poll reported slightly higher black approval for President Trump at 34.5 percent.

The Epoch Times reports:

These polling numbers are significant given the fact that black voters tend to overwhelmingly vote for Democrat candidates.

In 2016, then-candidate Trump asked minority voters, “What do you have to lose?”

At a rally in Akron, Ohio, then-candidate Trump said, “Our government has totally failed our African American friends, our Hispanic friends and the people of our country. Period.”

Now, President Trump’s accomplishments, especially the administration’s focus on promoting economic growth, is resonating.

Black unemployment has never been below seven percent with October unemployment for blacks at 5.4 percent and since taking office, over one million new jobs have gone to black Americans under President Trump.

Earlier this month, President Trump launched the Black Voices for Trump coalition in Atlanta where I serve as a member of the coalition’s advisory board.

The coalition’s goal is to recruit black voters and empower them with the tools and resources necessary to spread the word about the accomplishments under President Trump that the anti-Trump media refuses to report about.

President Trump’s pro-growth economic policies are improving the lives of Americans and black voters are recognizing the benefits of America’s economic resurgence and outreach efforts under this administration.