Black Voters Gloomy About Current Conditions as Midterms Loom


With midterm elections approaching soon, many black voters don’t view current economic circumstances for them glowingly.

In fact, a fresh poll paid for by the new Black Economic Alliance PAC reveals that 62% of registered African American voters are discontented with the nation’s direction and convinced conditions are “poor” or “very poor” for the black community.

The findings stem from a poll of voters from the battleground states of Georgia, Florida, Nevada, Ohio, and Tennessee. About half of the respondents think economic conditions are getting worse for African Americans; 56% of respondents are tracking midterm election news and political information “very closely.”

The Black Economic Alliance is a U.S. political action committee started this year by black business…

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