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Democrats, political commentators dismiss polling results showing Trump's gains among Black voters

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Liberal pundits and Democrats don't seem to believe polling showing former President Trump gaining with Black voters, with some even dismissing the notion completely during recent interviews and media appearances.

"Something is amiss with the polling. I call your attention to the recent polls in Maryland. The African American woman [Angela Alsobrooks] running for the United States Senate nomination — the Sunday before the election, one poll had her five down, the other poll had her seven down — and she won by 13. How do you explain that? That’s 20 points," Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., told Politico's Ryan Lizza during the "Deep Dive" podcast, after previously expressing concern over Black voter turnout for Biden.

Multiple polls show President Biden's support among Black voters has dipped between 15 and 20 percentage points since 2020 in key swing states and in general election surveys. Biden still holds a strong lead among the key voting bloc, but if those surveys are accurate and Trump holds his ground with other demographics, he would be hard to beat.

"Anybody who believes that Donald Trump will get 30% of the Black male vote or 12% of the Black female vote — I got a bridge down there on Johns Island I’ll sell you," Clyburn continued.


Clyburn blamed the media for the poll results

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