2018 is shaping up to be President Trump’s year.
Many Americans who were once apprehensive about his presidency are now showing their support for him.
And this latest poll just proved that the Democrats are doomed.
Bringing America Together
Throughout his presidency, Donald Trump has made uniting America a priority.
After eight years of Barack Obama, America was more divided than ever when Trump first took office.
To bridge the divide, Trump has spent time talking to every polarized community to find solutions to the divisions they face.
Meanwhile, the media claims Trump has divided the country more than ever.
But according to new polling, it turns out that the American people just aren’t buying what the media is selling.
African Americans Siding With Trump
A new Rasmussen poll shows that Trump has 36% approval among African American voters, making it nearly double the 19% of support he had last year.
Of course, CNN would have you believe the exact opposite.
CNN and other “mainstream” news networks have used every opportunity possible to spread every lie imaginable to make it appear that Trump is bad for the African American community.
But the numbers don’t lie—Trump has achieved success among minorities.
The African American unemployment rate is at its lowest in history.
According to the Minority 2018 Small Business Trends Survey, the number of black-owned small businesses increased by a whopping 400% between 2017 and 2018.
These are real numbers that show real improvement.
Trouble In The Midterms For Democrats
This sharp increase in African American support isn’t isolated to only one minority.
Recent polling shows that Trump’s approval numbers among Hispanic voters are also increasing.
That increase likely has to do with immigration policies, which polling shows that Hispanic voters lean more towards Trump’s approach than the Democrats open-borders and amnesty for all proposals.
All of this signals bad news for Democrats who were already facing troubles going into the 2018 midterm elections.
At the start of the year, Democrats were confident they would sail into the 2018 midterm elections and win big with an impending blue wave of support for their candidates.
But as the year has progressed, these hopes have been fading.
Looking at projections, it is extremely unlikely that Democrats will have the momentum to take back the U.S. Senate.
In fact, they are more likely to lose seats than they are to gain.
Therefore their current battlefield is in the U.S. House, where they feel that they will be able to scrape up a majority for the first time since 2010.
They currently have 15 seats targeted, and if they win all 15, it is a virtual certainty that they will take back the House.
However, with a majority in the House and a minority in the Senate, all they will really be able to do is stand in Trump’s way.
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