Minorities are Slowly but Surely Shifting Conservative
New polling indicates Dems have a tighter grasp on white voters compared to minorities...
According to new polling from the NYT and Siena College, Democrats have a larger advantage among college-educated whites than among minority voters. When asking the preference for the outcome of the 2022 midterms, 57% of white college grads said they hoped Democrats would retain control of Congress. 36% of white college grads were pulling for the GOP.
On the other hand, African American respondents claimed massive amounts of loyalty to the Democratic party. Hispanics and other minorities kept the parties at a statistical tie.
"Democrats are becoming the party of upscale voters concerned more about issues like gun control and abortion rights while Republicans are quietly building a multiracial coalition of working-class voters, with inflation as an accelerant."
Axios said in their analysis.
Mayra Flores, the first Mexican-born woman to serve in Congress said on Twitter, "U.S. inflation hit 9.1% over the past year; early polls indicate more breakfast tacos are leaning Republican,"
The poll surveyed 849 registered voters between July 5 and July 7 with an error margin of 4.1 percent.