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POLL: Black And Hispanic Voters Voting Republican In Massive Numbers

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As Democrats scramble to abandon Joe Biden’s sinking ship ahead of what many anticipate a “Red Wave” midterm result, pollsters just delivered more bad news to Team Blue.

Two pollsters who spoke to Fox News host Sean Hannity said that they have never seen this many black and Hispanic voters moving to the Republican Party,” The Daily Caller reported.

“We consistently see where the African American vote, about 20% or more, are going for Republican candidates,” InsiderAdvantage chairman Matt Towery said of the midterm elections in Georgia and Pennsylvania.

“When it comes to either Hispanic, Latino or what we call other, sometimes it’s 60-something percent for the Republican,” he said. “These are things that we’ve never seen before. I’ve never seen Republican candidates getting 20% of the African American vote this close to an election. I certainly have never seen Hispanic, Latinos or other races trending Republican like I’m seeing in this particular year.”

According to Conservative Brief, Asian-American voters apparently turned against Democrats in the recall campaign against San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin. Some Republicans believe that reported discrimination against Asian Americans in academic admissions is one issue driving the shift of Asian Americans to vote for GOP candidates.

In the latest POLITICO/Morning Consult poll, 11 percent of voters nationwide said they were undecided about which party’s candidate to support for Congress. So who are they, and is there any sign about which way they could tilt in the final week of the campaign?

The news isn’t good for Democrats, according to the poll, which was conducted Oct. 21-23. Undecided voters overwhelmingly believe the country is off on the wrong track: 83 percent of those undecided on the generic ballot say so. Sixty-two percent of generic-ballot undecideds disapprove of the job Joe Biden is doing as president, and 60 percent have an unfavorable opinion of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

According to Politico, that doesn’t mean all the undecideds are going to vote for Republican candidates. In fact, many of them probably won’t vote at all: A full quarter of undecideds, 25 percent, say they’re “not at all enthusiastic” about voting in the midterms, compared to just 6 percent of all registered voters in the POLITICO/Morning Consult survey. Only 8 percent say they’re “extremely enthusiastic” about their midterm ballot, compared to 38 percent of voters supporting the Democratic candidate and 40 percent backing the Republican.

But that, in and of itself, might be a problem for Democrats, since some of the key demographic groups they need to win are more likely to be undecided. Nearly a quarter of “Generation Z” voters — those born in 1997 or later — are undecided. Hispanic (22 percent) and Black (15 percent) voters are more likely to be undecided on the generic ballot than white voters (10 percent).

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