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I guarantee that Trump will receive easily 20 to 25% of the black vote and probably more so from Hispanics in fact it will be one of these two groups or both who pushes him over the top.

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1 minute ago, Giujo said:

I guarantee that Trump will receive easily 20 to 25% of the black vote and probably more so from Hispanics in fact it will be one of these two groups or both who pushes him over the top.

Really. What do you base this off of?

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Just now, dontlooknow said:

Really. What do you base this off of?

It's the economy stupid.

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ANALYSIS: Exit Poll Provides A Closer Look at Bevin’s Loss 

BY
Perry Bacon Jr. @ericampeterson
NOVEMBER 9, 2019 8:00 AM
  ANALYSIS: Exit Poll Provides A Closer Look at Bevin’s Loss 

 Gov. Matt Bevin on election night 2019.

A group of political scientists and researchers, including Benjamin Knoll at Centre College, conducted an exit poll of the Kentucky governor’s race. They interviewed nearly 4,000 residents in the state.

What they found was that Matt Bevin won overwhelmingly among evangelical and born-again Christians (62-36). He also won male voters (52-44), those over age 65 (53-47) and those with only a high school education or less (53-43). Beshear was very strong with black voters (86-14), college graduates (60-39), people under 40 (62-34), those who say they never attend church services (71-26) and women (57-42). None of that is too surprising — it generally jives with who belongs to the two parties both in Kentucky and nationally.

Here’s where Bevin probably lost the race. According to the exit poll, 16 percent of self-described Republicans backed Beshear, compared to 81 percent who supported the governor. In other words, about one in six Kentucky Republicans broke with Bevin. In contrast, Beshear overwhelmingly won Democrats (94-6) and had an advantage with independents (58-31.)

In fact, the exit poll suggests Bevin was uniquely unpopular among Republicans. Fifteen percent of people who said they have a favorable view of President Trump backed Beshear. Similarly, 16 percent of people who said that they voted for Republican Daniel Cameron for attorney general also voted for Beshear. Cameron, unlike Bevin, won basically all of Kentucky’s Republican vote (91 percent.)

For people following national politics and the debate over whether the Democrats should nominate a more liberal candidate (Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren) or a more center-left one (Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg), this data and the Beshear-Bevin race overall offers arguments for both sides. For those who favor a more moderate approach, Beshear illustrates the virtues of that style. Beshear did not campaign on very progressive ideas, instead keeping the focus largely on his controversial opponent. And he won, getting a sizable bloc of Republicans behind him in a very red state. You could imagine Buttigieg or Biden taking this approach in a campaign against Trump.

On the other hand, Beshear just barely won and every down-ticket Democrat lost. Voter turnout was fairly high for a Kentucky governor’s election, but the majority (58 percent) of Kentucky’s registered voters did not cast ballots. Beshear, even with his moderate views, was blown out in the most rural areas of the state. And since he campaigned as a moderate, I would not expect Beshear to take aggressively liberal stances on many issues as governor. Add all of that up and I doubt progressives in Kentucky or nationally will take Beshear’s victory as a sign that they should cede to the strategy of the party’s center-left wing.

Finally, the survey had some potentially bad news for Senator Mitch McConnell. Kentuckians are relatively positive about Trump, according to the survey: 41 percent view him very favorably, 13 percent somewhat favorably, 7 percent somewhat unfavorably, 39 percent very unfavorably. McConnell is viewed very favorably by only 21 percent, somewhat favorably by 25 percent, somewhat unfavorably by 13 percent and very unfavorably by 41 percent. So essentially Trump is in the positive (54-46) and McConnell in the negative (46-54), and McConnell lacks the enthusiastic support that the president has.

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2 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

Fifteen percent of people who said they have a favorable view of President Trump backed Beshear. Similarly, 16 percent of people who said that they voted for Republican Daniel Cameron for attorney general also voted for Beshear. Cameron, unlike Bevin, won basically all of Kentucky’s Republican vote (91 percent.)

Interesting. 

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30 minutes ago, guilluamezenz said:

black people stil hate trump 

 

Black people are full of hate and rage.

 

Black people hate Trump because they are racist.

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4 minutes ago, Old Mack said:

 

Black people are full of hate and rage.

 

Black people hate Trump because they are racist.

Ok

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19 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

Fifteen percent of people who said they have a favorable view of President Trump backed Beshear.

Looks like trump wins Kentucky tho. 

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6 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

Ok

 

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51 minutes ago, guilluamezenz said:

Poll: Overwhelming majority of black voters back any 2020 Democrat over Trump https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/464680-poll-overwhelming-majority-of-black-voters-choose-any-given-2020-democrat-over

 

The Hill??? LMFAO, the same Hill paper founded by a Democrat power broker in the 90's

 

so  no bias there right? 

 

Too funny

 

 

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1 hour ago, guilluamezenz said:

black people stil hate trump , thank god

 

Every day...when I first wake up; I thank God that Black people still hate Trump.

 

Trump hate is good for them because it helps them divert from the fact that their great great great grandparents were slaves and how it affected their grades in high school.

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6 hours ago, Giujo said:

It's the economy stupid.

 Like trumps economy is helping poor people.

 And remember who got the biggest tax cuts.

Not them.

Trump doesn't even see black people.

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7 hours ago, guilluamezenz said:

Poll: Overwhelming majority of black voters back any 2020 Democrat over Trump https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/464680-poll-overwhelming-majority-of-black-voters-choose-any-given-2020-democrat-over

 

LBJ we will have those jivers voting Democrat for 200 years.

 

To hell with you, the people are burning, cut some fire breaks in those trees and pick up the dead wood.

 

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and republiKLANS still hate Black People and ANY Minority

 

 

the ONLY thing that keeps the Lawless party alive

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2 hours ago, Squatchman said:

 Like trumps economy is helping poor people.

 And remember who got the biggest tax cuts.

Not them.

Trump doesn't even see black people.

 the lowest black and Hispanic unemployment in anyone's memory black unemployment historically has never been below 7.5% and now it's around 5%... Don't tell me black people don't notice. You can bet your ass Hispanics will. And I'm betting blacks will too. Especially in light of the fact that most of the urban areas with severe and serious problems are the result of Decades of democratic control. The only time the black people hear anything from the Democrats is a few months before an election after that then never heard from again til the next election...and I think the minorities are starting to realize that especially after Trump has been driving it home for three years.

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Such bullsh!t from the moonbats on this thread...LOL!

 

Breitbart Tech, by Alana Mastrangelo Original Article
Posted by M2  11/10/2019 6:30:15 AM
David Harris Jr., a member of the board of the newly launched “Black Voices for Trump,” told Breitbart News that he believes the black community can play a role in making sure that President Donald Trump is reelected in 2020. Harris spoke with SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight host Rebecca Mansour on Friday evening. “We believe in what this president has done, we believe in what he is doing,” said Harris of the Black Voices for Trump coalition. “We really want to make sure that he gets reelected, and we really believe that the black community can help make sure that happens in 2020.”

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