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Democratic Support Among Black, Hispanic Voters Is Slipping

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Democratic support among minority voters is declining, with the party’s edge over the GOP at a record low, particularly among black and Hispanic voters.

While Democrats still lead among these groups, the gap has significantly narrowed.

In 2023, Democrats had a 47-point lead over Republicans among black voters, marking a record low since 1999.

Similarly, Democrats held a 12-point advantage over the GOP among Hispanic voters, the closest margin since 2011.

Conversely, the gap has widened among education groups, with higher education favoring Democrats and lower education levels favoring Republicans.

These shifts in support come as President Joe Biden faces challenges in polling, with former President Donald Trump outpolling him in hypothetical matchups.

Biden’s approval rating has also declined, with only 37% of voters approving of his performance.

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