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A Harper Polling survey of Pennsylvania voters released on Friday showed Trump with the support of nearly 18.5 percent of black voters in that state. Another Pennsylvania poll performed by Remington Research Group, released on Oct. 30, showed Trump with 19 percent support among black voters.
A Siena University poll of likely Florida voters showed Trump receiving the support of 13 percent of black voters. Another Remington Research poll, this time of Virginia voters, also showed Trump with the support of 19 percent of black voters there.
More polling by Remington Research released over the weekend showed Trump getting 22 percent of the black vote in Florida, 19 percent in North Carolina, 22 percent of black voters in Wisconsin, and a groundbreaking 29 percent of the black vote in Pennsylvania. By comparison, Romney took only 5 percent of the black vote in Florida, 4 percent in North Carolina, 6 percent in Wisconsin, and 7 percent in Pennsylvania.
It's not hard to see why Trump is doing unusually well for a Republican with black voters. Unlike every Republican in at least this writer's lifetime, Trump actually made direct, honest appeals to black voters.
"Every African-American citizen in this country is entitled to a government that puts their jobs wages and security first," said Trump upon unveiling his "New Deal" with black Americans. "I'm asking today for the honor of your vote and the privilege of being your president," he continued. "Whether you vote for me or not, I will be your greatest champion," Trump promised.
"I find it refreshing that Trump actually pleaded for the black vote," Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke told LifeZette. "Life has not improved [for minorities] with this monolithic [Democratic] voting pattern," he said. "Anybody living in those ghettos knows [what Trump was talking about in Milwaukee] … they see it all around them."
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