Liberals were furious.
One Detroit radio station is now refusing to play Kanye West’s music.
But none of that stopped this astonishing result of Kanye backing the president on Twitter.
A brand new poll is out showing support for President Trump significantly increased among one demographic after Kanye’s tweets.
The Washington Times reports:
A new poll shows that there was a significant uptick in support for President Trump among black males following tweets from hip-hop mogul Kanye West appearing to back the president.
According to a Reuters poll taken April 29, 22 percent of black males approved of the president’s job performance, up from 11 percent one week earlier. Seven percent of the demographic also reported having “mixed feelings” about the president, up from 1.5 percent.
Support among black females remained relatively steady over that same span, increasing slightly from 6 to 9 percent.
An 11 percent bump is significant.
While the media is trying to attack Kanye West’s other recent statements and do their best to ignore his support for Trump, it’s likely his tweets played a factor in that polling increase.
we got love pic.twitter.com/Edk0WGscp6
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018
Another significant factor is the jobs report.
For the first time since before the 2008 Great Recession unemployment dipped below 4% to 3.9%.
As President Trump pointed out on Twitter, the media would rather continue their witch hunt about Russia, or Stormy Daniels than acknowledge the strong economy and other good things happening since Trump’s election.
JUST OUT: 3.9% Unemployment. 4% is Broken! In the meantime, WITCH HUNT!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 4, 2018
Meanwhile, CNN allowed Obama’s former senior advisor Valerie Jarrett’s claim that the healthy economy is thanks to Obama to go unchallenged.
What do you think? Are Kanye’s tweets and the strong state of the economy behind the sudden bump in support for Trump among black males?