Where Democrats’ Grip on Minority Voters Could Slip in Midterm Elections

Posted on AllSides September 30th, 2022
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The big shift of Latino voters toward the Republican Party in 2020, combined with smaller shifts among Asian-American and Black voters, suggests that these traditionally Democratic groups could be more open to GOP candidates in midterm elections across the country this year.  

National figures show that U.S. Latino, Asian-American and Black voters backed President Joe Biden in 2020, though by smaller margins than Democrats won four years earlier. At the same time, more of these voters turned out than in 2016, producing a net gain in votes in many places for Democrats.

Source: Pew Research Center...

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