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Black Americans Turning on Biden in His Own Home State: ‘Donald Trump Is Who We Want’

President Joe Biden’s black voter base is dwindling.
Whether it’s because of his handling of the Israel-Hamas war, the enormous economic strain forcing many Americans to take on additional shifts or second jobs, or even his push to ban menthol cigarettes, black Americans are taking a second look at the Democratic incumbent.
What this means for Biden in the 2024 election is clear. Even the smallest falloff in a constituency long dominated by Democrats could spell disaster.

It’s leaving the door wide open for former President Donald Trump, who won 8 percent of the black vote in 2016 and then 12 percent in 2020.
In a recent New York Times/Siena poll, he received 16 percent support from black voters despite being called racist at every turn by Democrats since entering the political scene.

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