Skip to comments.Obama Is Doing Stunningly Bad Among African Americans In North Carolina
Posted on 06/12/2012 1:42:41 PM PDT by Nasher
President Barack Obama is rapidly losing support among African-American voters in North Carolina, a new poll out today from the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling shows.
The poll finds that Mitt Romney would get 20 percent of the African-American vote if the election were held today, compared with 76 percent for Obama. Overall, Romney has a 48 percent to 46 percent lead on Obama in the crucial swing state.
Obama received 95 percent of the support from African-Americans in North Carolina in the 2008 election, compared with just 5 percent for Republican nominee John McCain.
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North Carolina Racists!
If this is true (his sinking numbers) then that explains the “got your back” commercial. It is amazing that the campaign feels the need to reach out to this voting block. His internals must be very scary for Axelrod and company.
This is what I figured. I replied to a earlier post about the “Got Your Back” ad campaign.
“What is Obama’s team seeing on internal polling?”
He’s lost the middle after Obama Care, the 2010 Mid term showed that. Moderates have bailed on him. All he has left is the far left and the black community.
The far left is upset over Obama no going farther on many things, many feel betrayed over his lack of action in Wisconsin. Gitmo still being open and the frequent drone strikes.
The black vote, the Gay Marrige is hurting him - now in matro areas, I dont thing as much, but blacks in the south like North Carolina.....yes its going to hurt.
Some of Bambi’s most passionate haters are among the African American community. They feel more betrayed than the rest of us who pretty much expected to get screwed over when he was elected.
They are seeing him for the Jive Huckster that he is.
Oh, he’ll still get every vote in Derm.
I suspect that Obama will still win over 90% of the black vote...
only turnout won’t be so high this time around.
How is he doing amongst “American” first-Americans?
Obamugabe is doing what 50 years of Republicans could not achieve, bringing black people back to the Party of Lincoln......
They realize that he is just a con-man like Jackson and Sharpton. But unlike Jackson and Sharpton, his actions have a directly detrimental affect on their personal lives and fortunes, 401ks, etc.............
Just the fact that he has to even make a commercial like that speaks volumes. Their internal polling must be disastrous!............
“Obama’s goose is cooked...” ~Governor Sarah Palin
Quick. Call out the Zombo-Americans and their spirit-channeling illegal immigrants.
Oh. My. God. The election is over. Obama is toast. He’s losing in the biggest landslide in history.
The second Obama came out of the closet this election was over.
I just hope Romney is even half as conservative as he claims.
Now, now. Let’s be accurate. They’re Uncle Toms, for failing to support The One, just because they’re unemployed, fed up, and feel themselves more American than African. How dare they?/s
Or maybe Uncle Tom doesn’t apply anymore. North Carolina is a southern state. So these are whole wheat crackers.
The only detractors I have heard of would not have voted for him in 08... so I am skeptical of this. I think it may have more to do with energizing turnout than anything. Who are these folks you speak of.. of course if they didn’t vote for him in 08, then I don’t see them as game- changers? There we go declaring the death of the racist vote. I do feel sorta bad that their historic representative has been a failure. I could not imagine finally getting the point where my race was finally represented in the top office and watch the epic failure. Of course, I would have hoped for a better representative. My race.. Hot- blooded American, will not be represented anytime soon.
I’m finally starting to be hopeful! For the past three years, I didn’t think there was a chance that we would ever be rid of him. That intensified when Mitt was shoved down our throats; but now, I am beginning to think maybe, just maybe...