A new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll reveals Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is not very popular with African Americans. Romney received zero percent support from the African American community, according to NBC.
The poll shows President Obama having a four-point lead over GOP nominee Romney. Though the race is becoming tighter, the poll reveals President Obama has staggering 94 percent lead over Mitt Romney from the African American demographic (94% to 0%).
NBC reports Obama also continues to lead Romney in other “key parts of his political base, including Latinos (by2-to-1 margin), voters under 35-year-old (52 percent to 41 percent) and women (51 percent to 41 percent).”
Despite this, Romney leads Obama with whites (53 percent to 40 percent), rural voters (47 percent to 38 percent) and seniors (49 percent to 41 percent).
Romney’s lack of support from African Americans shows that this demographic is very leery of the GOP nominee’s policies. Will Obama keep the momentum going into the election?
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