One Democratic strategist claims that Black voters should be treated like swing voters by Democrats based on recent data.
The changing voting patterns of the nation's Black voters were shared in a Fox News article on Monday.
Black Americans should be treated like 'swing voters' as Biden struggles, pollster says https://t.co/mnbFdI0RUV
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 28, 2023
"Black voters, while overwhelmingly Democratic, have priorities and issue awareness much closer to swing voters," Fox News reported, citing a Semafor article that shared the conclusion from a Democratic Party polling memo.
"The vast majority want the president to bring down prices and raise wages, which the White House is already messaging; between 35% and 40% of Black voters aren’t aware of Biden policies designed to drive down drug prices and end junk fees, which are overwhelmingly popular," Semafor wrote.
The American people are smart and they know Joe Biden is to blame for the numerous crises they are facing.
"The polls keep getting worse for Biden"https://t.co/yQhSikSkW1
— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) November 27, 2023
"November started with New York Times/Siena College polls showing Trump ahead in four of the six swing states, but more indicators of Biden’s electoral peril soon followed," Politico reported.
"The president’s standing in head-to-head matchups with Trump is falling: Among the latest surveys this month from 13 separate pollsters, Biden’s position is worse than their previous polls in all but two of them," it added.
— DailyCaller Politics (@TheDCPolitics) November 26, 2023
“As a member of House Democratic Leadership, I supported and promoted the Biden agenda," Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN) wrote Saturday on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. “I campaigned for him, voted for him, and respect him.”
“But how can anyone read this and conclude he’s positioned to defeat Donald Trump?” he added, sharing an article from Politico centered on Biden’s fall in approval ratings. “It’s delusional.”
The downward concerns for Biden also come as former President Donald Trump remains strong in polls among GOP contenders and has polled ahead of Biden in multiple nationwide polls.
Biden's declining numbers also add to concerns with an ongoing impeachment inquiry in the House over allegations of international business deals with his son Hunter Biden. The deals involved China and Ukraine, among other nations, including millions of dollars in transactions.
The president's ongoing gaffes and health concerns also don't help as the nation considers new leadership in the election next year that could include a rematch between Biden and Trump that could come down to the wire in a small number of battleground states.