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AP VoteCast: How Black women shape Democratic politics

Added 08-03-20 02:22:03am EST - “Black women are often called the backbone of the Democratic Party - reliable and loyal voters whose support can make or break a candidate.” - Washingtontimes.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Washingtontimes.com: “AP VoteCast: How Black women shape Democratic politics”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Black women are often called the backbone of the Democratic Party - reliable and loyal voters whose support can make or break a candidate.

In 2018, they were more likely than women in any other racial or ethnic group to support Democratic House candidates, according to AP VoteCast, which surveyed more than 115,000 voters nationwide, including close to 7,000 Black women, making it one of the most in-depth available looks at the group’s political views.

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An AP analysis of the VoteCast data reveals that Black women’s views often stand out as more moderate than the rest of the party.

Black women are less likely to identify as liberal, somewhat less likely to support abortion rights, far less concerned about climate change and somewhat more likely to prioritize jobs and the economy. They are also more protective of President Barack Obama’s policies and legacy.

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