Maybe the media should lay off its constant attacks on other individuals as “racist,” considering that its overuse of the word appears to be alienating more than one individual in the black community.
Indeed, the Democrats’ borderline obsession with race wars, race debates, and other forms of racial conflict, has significantly amplified tensions across the nation, not to mention alienated voters of all backgrounds who are sick of division and ready for unity.
In fact, the Democrats have become so indisputably divisive that even CNN has noted the ways in which the liberals are ultimately sabotaging themselves, especially with regards to alienating the very voters they claim to represent.
Specifically, CNN released the unwelcome results of its recent poll, which revealed that black voters’ support of the Democrat Party has declined by at least 10 percent relative to past elections, as observed by CNN senior data reporter Harry Enten.
“Look, they’re still getting 74 percent support in the pre-election polling right now but compare that to the final polling for 2020 President and 2018 Congress,” Enten remarked, “[but] in 2020 it was 84 percent, 85 percent in 2018.”
Moreover, black support for the Republican party has edged up to 12 percent in 2022, versus 8 percent in 2020.
Even more interestingly, Biden appears to be playing a direct role in alienating most of his “base,” though he frankly should have alienated the base quite some time ago after his rather tasteless “you ain’t black” remark, which has garnered widespread notoriety in terms of the Democrats’ dismissive attitude towards their base.
During the first half of 2021, Biden’s approval rating was as high as 87 percent amongst black voters, which is quite staggering given how rapidly inflation began, especially with gasoline prices, shortly after Biden took office.
By today, however, that approval rating has rapidly declined, clocking in at 64 percent, or representing a 23 percent decline over the past year.
“Take a look at Joe Biden’s approval rating among black adults. If you go back to January to June 2021… it was 87 percent, basically matching what he got in the 2020 election. But look at that approval rating now, in August and September 2022, it’s all the way down to 64 percent,” Enten affirmed.
Enten also noted that this decline is quite significant relative to other groups.
“Now, obviously, Joe Biden’s approval rating with all Americans is down, but it’s not down by anywhere near this amount – this 23-point drop. Among all Americans, it’s only down about 10-15 points. So, there is a disproportionate drop in Joe Biden’s approval ratings among African Americans. And I think that’s kind of driving why you’re seeing Democrats running for Congress, getting a significantly lower margin than we’re used to seeing,” Enten observed.
Another CNN analyst admitted that the decline is “a huge drop.”
Given all this unfortunate data for the Democrats, one trend is definitely clear: many minority communities are moving away from the destruction of the Democrats and, at least to a degree, towards the promise offered by the Republican Party.
“So, you’re clearly seeing right here that there is less support for Democratic candidates for Congress among African-Americans,” Enten surmised.
What Americans aren’t “clearly seeing” is why Democrats continue to pursue clearly failed policies that are alienating far more voters than attracting them.
Author: Jane Jones