August 07, 2016

KKK Leader More Favorable To Black Voters Than Trump

Exactly how unpopular is Donald Trump with black voters? Enough that former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke is polling at more favorable numbers. Duke is running for the US Senate from Louisiana, and despite his massively controversial history as a KKK leader – one that made the Republican Party denounce his candidacy – he’ll be on the ballot this November. But here’s the crazy part: Duke gets support from 14% of black voters in the state. That eclipses Trump’s fan base by a lot. In three national polls released this week, Trump averages 2.3% from black voters. In nearby Georgia, he got 5% while he amassed a whopping 0% in Ohio and Pennsylvania. David Duke frequently defends Trump against people that call him a bigot, because obviously a grand wizard would know a bigot when he sees one.  

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