NYT: Biden Losing Minority Voters

By Jerry McConway, updated on September 7, 2023

Suddenly, the New York Times is starting to report on Joe Biden truthfully.

Joe has yet another problem.

That would be that he is starting to shed minority voters, something he can ill afford to do, nor can the Democrat Party.

Talking Points…

  • The Biden decline
  • Biden by the numbers
  • What is the NYT saying
  • My Two Cents…

The Biden Decline

Joe Biden’s spiral started when he led the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal.

If memory serves, just prior to that debacle was the last time Biden was above water on approval rating.

He is now underwater on everything, and, according to the Times, he is shedding minority voters by the droves.

Biden’s Numbers

During the 2020 election, it was reported that Biden received about 70 percent of the minority vote.

Quite frankly, that number is already low for a Democrat, but it is now lower.

The Times reported that Biden is down to 53% among minority voters, which is horrific.

This all started under Trump when he made huge inroads with Hispanic voters and started to chip away at the black voters who supported Democrats.

The New York Times

If we are being serious, we all know that most media outlets were sugarcoating most of the first two years of the Biden administration.

This massive decline in Biden’s popularity has forced them to start telling the truth.

The Times reported:

“Democrats have lost ground among nonwhite voters in almost every election over the last decade, even as racially charged fights over everything from a border wall to kneeling during the national anthem might have been expected to produce the exact opposite result. Weak support for Mr. Biden could easily manifest itself as low turnout — as it did in 2022 — even if many young and less engaged voters ultimately do not vote for Mr. Trump."

“Many of Mr. Biden’s vulnerabilities — like his age and inflation — could exacerbate the trend, as nonwhite voters tend to be younger and less affluent than white voters. Overall, the president’s approval rating stands at just 47 percent among nonwhite voters in Times/Siena polling over the last year; his favorability rating is just 54 percent."

“Issues like abortion and threats to democracy [LOL] may also do less to guard against additional losses among Black and Hispanic voters, who tend to be more conservative than white Biden voters.”

My Two Cents…

In most elections, the deciding factors are minorities and the independent voters.

Democrats have to win the minority vote because they make up a significant portion of the Democrat voters.

Independents are where the GOP can make up ground.

I cannot stress enough how much of a game-changer this is for the Republican Party. I have been adamant since covering politics that the GOP needed to make inroads and encourage conservative minorities to become more active in our political scene.

Democrats know that if they lose this grip, they lose power, which is why they brutally attack any minority that comes out as conservative.

Just go look at some of the things they are saying about Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) now that he is becoming a bigger player on the national scene.

The fact is that minorities are waking up to the fact that for decades of loyalty to the Democrats, their most prosperous period was under Donald Trump so that loyalty has been shaken.

If Dems lose minorities, they lose everything, and it terrifies the hell out of them.

About Jerry McConway

Jerry McConway is an independent political author and investigator who lives in Dallas, Texas. He has spent years building a strong following of readers who know that he will write what he believes is true, even if it means criticizing politicians his followers support. His readers have come to expect his integrity.

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