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Snoopy said:
DarthMetalliCube said:

I don't get why people assume that a more multi-racial/cultural population inherently means more Dem voters. That is far from reality, and will only be less so in the future. We're already seeing trends of this with the Hispanic, Black, and Asian populations. Hispanic vote for Trump was like 33% and black support has more than doubled just in 2 years. They're increasingly realizing they owe the Dems nothing, as the Dems haven't exactly done much to help their communities either, and are merely using them to get votes. Many are increasingly valuing the freedom and independence in paving their own way in life and working hard to succeed in America rather than the crippling/handcuffing that comes with relying on handouts and welfare.

This, minorities are starting to hate political correctness democrats are preaching. Not to mention they want to keep their money.

Really? Why, then, this time around the Republicans got less than 10% of the Black vote, and less than 30% of the Hispanic vote? They performed worse than in 2014, worse than in 2010, worse than in 2006... with the leftmost Democratic party there has ever been.

And in presidential elections... that's a decline going for over 60 years already. Current Republicans would die to get the numbers Eisenhower had with Hispanics and Blacks. Ever since then, Bush Jr. got the closest in 2004, with nearly 40% of Hispanics, and Bob Dole had 16% of Blacks in 1996, I believe.

In fact... it doesn't seem Republicans are making strides with the upcoming generations as well, does it?

Besides, the "blexit" BS I can track to a single Rasmussen poll which gave Trump a 40% approval with Blacks. Rasmussen, of course, being a notoriously biased and a poor-quality pollster with a long tradition of Republican bias and on all likehood an even greater margin of error for the sub-sections of their polls.