Black Voters in South Carolina Give Up On Joe Biden Ahead of Democrat Primary

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Ahead of the Democrat primaries on February 3, Black voters in South Carolina are experiencing a shift in their support for Joe Biden.

“Biden just wants to cause more bills for everybody, and he’s got a lot of homeless people out here,” one black South Carolina voter told the media of Joe Biden losing support among blacks.

“It ain’t the Black community — it’s everybody’s community,” he said.

According to a recent Morning Consult poll, Joe Biden has experienced a decline in support among black voters, while President Trump has seen an increase.

In one year, Biden’s approval has dropped by nine points, going from 70 percent to 61 percent.

Conversely, Trump’s approval has risen by seven points, climbing from 15 percent to 22 percent.


It should be noted that the Democrats made a decision to replace Iowa with South Carolina as its first voting state, citing concerns over Iowa’s predominantly white population.

Joe Biden cautiously descended the shorter staircase upon his arrival in South Carolina, where he was scheduled to deliver a speech at the First in the Nation Dinner in Columbia.

Biden opted for the shorter staircase to minimize any risk of tripping or stumbling.


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