Nearly six in 10 Black voters reported that they are “more likely” to vote for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden after he chose Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) as his running mate earlier this week.
A new Morning Consult poll found that 43 percent of Black voters said they were “much more likely” to vote for Biden in the 2020 election and 15 percent were “somewhat more likely” to do the same. Only six percent of Black voters polled said they were less likely to vote for Biden after his decision.
Overall, 52 percent of registered voters approved of Biden’s decision to pick Harris, compared to 30 percent who disapproved the move. Still, 49 percent of registered voters said Biden’s pick won’t affect if they’ll vote for him in November, per the poll.
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