“We consistently see where the African American vote, about 20 percent or more, are going for Republican candidates,” Matt Towery, chairman of InsiderAdvantage, told Hannity when asked about Georgia and Pennsylvania, two states which could decide control of the Senate.
“When it comes to either Hispanic, Latino or what we call other, sometimes it’s 60-something percent for the Republican,” Towery continued. “These are things that we’ve never seen before. I’ve never seen Republican candidates getting 20 percent of the African American vote this close to an election. I certainly have never seen Hispanic, Latinos or other races trending Republican like I’m seeing in this particular year.”
Asian-American voters apparently turned against Democrats in the recall campaign against San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin. Some Republicans believe that reported discrimination against Asian Americans in academic admissions is one issue driving the shift of Asian Americans to vote for GOP candidates.
Republican Rep. Mayra Flores of Texas won a special election in a congressional district President Joe Biden carried by 13 points in June. Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas told the Daily Wire Democrats were “privately panicking” about the loss of Hispanic voters to the GOP.
Robert Cahaly of Trafalgar noted that Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia and Republican Senate nominees Dr. Mehmet Oz of Pennsylvania and Herschel Walker of Georgia were performing well with black voters.
“The two states you mentioned are particularly interesting, with Walker doing 23 percent among black voters. Governor Kemp is doing 20,” Cahaly said. “What is really fascinating how well Oz is doing. We’ve got Oz in the 30s and the only one in the country breaking 20 percent with African American women.”
Former President Donald Trump won 13 percent of the black vote nationwide in the 2020 presidential election, according to CNN’s exit poll.
Reported by The Epoch Times.