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It didn’t take long for Team Trump to pounce on the positive news.

“It might shock Democrats that support for President Trump is rising with Black Americans but it shouldn’t,” wrote Erin Perrine, the Trump campaign’s Principal Deputy Communications Director, in an exchange with Breitbart News. “Blacks are more prosperous than ever because of President Trump with record-low unemployment and rising paychecks.”

These polling results have inspired Trump’s campaign’s decision to begin a “Black Voices for Trump” political coalition this month.

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Defending the Results

“We’re going to campaign for every last African American vote in 2020,” Trump said in a speech with black supporters in Atlanta, Georgia.

Rasmussen defended the integrity of their results against critics.

“All American Adults don’t vote,” Rasmussen noted on Twitter. “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.”

Spencer Kimball,  an assistant professor at Emerson College, also backed up the polling results when speaking to the Epoch Times.

“This could be attributed to variance within the subsets … and be an anomaly, or it could be the start of a trend,” Kimball said. He also noted that the President was experiencing “slightly higher” approval  with voters of color.

“He might do better with this vote than he did in 2016,” Kimball added.

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Could Trump Break Records in 2020 with Black Voters?

Trump did significantly better with black and Hispanic voters in 2016 than 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney did four years prior.

If Donald Trump breaks records with minority voters in the 2020 election, what does that say about the Democrats’ “racist” narrative, which they will surely try to lay on Republicans just as much as Hillary Clinton did in 2016?

What would it say about President Trump’s relationship with black America?