- Trump was also eviscerated Friday morning by former CIA director Michael Morell, who went on to endorse Clinton.
- President Barack Obama won 93 percent of the black vote and 71 percent of the Hispanic vote nationally in 2012; in 2008 , he won over 95 and 67 percent, respectively.
- Trump pulls ahead more narrowly among all white voters, seniors, independents and white voters without a college degree.
- Generating support among voters of color – whom Trump’s rhetoric habitually alienates – is key to winning the general election.
- Trump also suffers among Hispanic voters, garnering just 26 percent of their vote, according to an Economist/YouGov poll released earlier this week.
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The GOP presidential nominee polls at a record low among a demographic key to winning the general election.
Only 1 Percent Of Black Voters Support Donald Trump