This election season is shaping up as the year of the “non-establishment” candidate, and that type of candidate is resonating with minorities. Forget what those Democratic pundits scream – that the Republican party is only supported by a bunch of “angry white guys.” It looks like minorities are fed up with Barack Obama and big government, and you won’t believe the candidate they are lining up behind.
…it’s not just whites who are ticked at the bureaucracy, but minorities too.
Because a new poll, which still has Trump leading the race, shows 40 percent of blacks are lining up behind Trump, as are 45 percent of Hispanics, and even nearly 19 percent of Asians.
Blacks and Hispanics, in fact, even support Trump at a higher level than whites.
These numbers “trump” any Republican candidate running for president in the past. Back in September, a SurveyUSA poll showed Trump beating Clinton, with Trump taking 25% of Black voters. So, there is a precedent to Trump polling well with minorities.
If these numbers hold, Trump would win the Presidency in a landslide, says the Gateway Pundit.
The poll showed the following overall:
The rankings put Trump in the No. 1 slot, Cruz second at 23.3 percent, Rubio third at 10.1, Carson fourth at 9.4 percent, and Jeb Bush fifth at six percent.
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