Ana Navarro Fumes at 2 New Polls Showing Historic High Black Support for Trump

Per BizPacReview, a Rasmussen poll released last week showed that 34 percent of black likely voters approve of Trump’s presidency, an increase from last year when it was in the 20s and a finding that lines up with an Emerson poll which showed 34.5 percent approval as well as a drop in support for impeachment.

If accurate, these levels are a historic high for a Republican candidate to achieve.

In the 2016 election, Trump outperformed Romney with Black and Hispanic voters.

Trump received 29 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2016 vs. Romney’s 27 percent in 2012. Trump received  8 percent of the black vote vs. Romneys’s 6 percent.

CNN’s Ana Navarro reacted to the shocking poll #s, writing:

Zero chance this is accurate. Zero. The poll must have only been conducted in the homes of Ben Carson, Kanye, that sheriff guy with the hat and those two Cubic Zirconia & Polyester-Spandex ladies.

Trump supporter Candace Owens replied:

Didn’t even have to wait until Election Day for the liberal meltdown to ensue:

2020 liberal preview: impeach BLACK people!!

Rasmussen explains the results in a tweet thread.

Analyzing Black Likely Voter Support for President Trump

In our view, pollsters using ‘live-call-from-a-stranger’ or so-called “gold standard” live surveying techniques while simultaneously not dropping their Likely Voters screens are working today at a disadvantage.

All American Adults don’t vote. A portion of Registered Voters also don’t frequent national elections. That’s why we invest the extra $$ to ask political questions to only Likely Voters. And we do this using techniques to assure privacy – just like in the voting booth.

So when Mrs. @deneenborelli – a friend & an engaged supporter of @realDonaldTrump today presents a snapshot of our privacy-focused daily likely voter results, please remember, not all survey samples & collection techniques are equal or comparable. (Remember Nov 9th 2016?)

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