More polls coming out showing Trump’s growing lead. As Hillary Clinton and her cronies hide from the American voter, content that their Hollywood millions will win them the election, Donald Trump has been traveling all across the country to win people’s support.
Clinton has been suffering for months, thanks to leaks revealing her shady behavior. The scandal over her email server is not going away, as more people learn how she broke numerous laws to protect her interests.
Then there’s her recent health scares, something that is still lingering over her head.
But beyond all that, Trump is simply winning people over. He is an effective negotiator after all. As the liberal media lay traps and distort his every word, actual Americans are seeing him for what he really is: a dedicated leader who genuinely wants to help the country.
So there’s no surprise that even liberal outlets’ polls show he is on top.
The latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times tracking poll puts Republican nominee Donald Trump up nearly 7 points over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as of Sunday morning — and over 20% among black voters.
Trump led Clinton, 47.7% to 41.0% — his highest overall support in the poll, and the largest gap since Trump led by 7.3% during the party conventions in July.
The poll was conducted among 2,507 respondents, including over 400 who are polled every day.
That’s not even the biggest surprise in the poll. In addition to his overall lead, he is gaining support in the one demographic liberals said would never turn, black Americans.
In addition to increasing his lead overall, Trump continued to improve among black voters. While media outlets have tried to assure readers that Donald Trump’s trip to a black church in Flint, Michigan was a disaster, Trump’s support among African-Americans immediately skyrocketed above 19% in the poll and has stayed there for four days, hitting an all-time high of 20.1% in the poll released after midnight Sunday morning.
Trump has been gaining goodwill among black Americans ever since his trip to Milwaukee during the riots and it has grown as he’s focused on black communities across the country. More and more black leaders are coming out in support of Trump, acknowledging how the democrats have been using them for years, but have given little in return.
So it’s not shocking to see more black voters coming out in support of Trump. He has emphasized that African American workers are hurt most by our fractured economy and promises a better future, should be elected.
Why wouldn’t they want to support him?