POLL: Americans think Trump was better for Blacks than Obama

According to a new Rasmussen Poll, more Americans think that President Trump has been better for black Americans than President Obama, America’s first black President.


With unemployment for black Americans at an historic low, voters continue to believe President Trump has been better for young blacks than President Obama. But voters also still feel the government could do more and don’t think Trump’s rotten relationship with black members of Congress helps.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 33% of Likely U.S. Voters think life for young black Americans has gotten better since Trump’s election. Slightly more (36%) say life is worse for young blacks now, while 22% rate it as about the same. These findings have changed very little from a year ago. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

By comparison, in July 2016, Obama’s final year in office, just 13% said life for young black Americans had gotten better since the election of the nation’s first black president.

President Trump’s agenda is far better for Black Americans than Obamas. Barack Obama’s Big Government, anti-cop policies were horrible for Black Americans.

Under President Trump, African American employment continues to set records and as Trump continues to push his immigration agenda through this will only help Black Americans.

The one bleak spot of the Poll was that 59% of Black Americans feel Trump is making things worse for them. However, this has to do with the Mainstream Media’s constant race-baiting and claims that President Trump is a racist.

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