Former vice president Joe BidenJoe BidenNAACP wants to boost black voter turnout in six states, with Biden saying Trump Harris VP pick would be the ‘fine choice’ for Kamala Harris: choose the traditional (and predictable) all alongPresumptive Democratic candidate leads by 9 points President TrumpDonald John Trumpdemocrat calls in White House to withdraw ambassador to Belarus, Nominee Tiktok collects data from mobile devices to track Android users: report Peterson wins Minnesota House primary in critical swing district In the poll, 49 percent to 40 percent. West received support from 2 percent of respondents, 7 points behind 9 percent of respondents who he said had “no opinion.”
The rapper is a former supporter of Trump, who visited the White House in 2018.
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Wednesday’s vote threw cold water on the notion that black voters are shed by the West’s campaign, as some strategists suggested when he would begin his bid on Independence Day.
Broken down by demographics, West received 2 percent of the Black vote and 4 percent of the Hispanic vote. The demographic group in which he did best was in Generation Z, where he received 6 percent support.
West has successfully filed paperwork to vote in a handful of states, including Wisconsin and Ohio, where he is reportedly receiving help from Republican factions. West said in an interview last week that he is “No denial” His campaign attempted to hurt Biden’s White House bid.
The Politico-Morning Consulting poll collected responses from 1,983 potential voters from 9 to 10 August and reported an error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.
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