Republicans have continued to expand their coalition to include more working-class voters and minorities ever since  Trump won the Presidential election in 2016.

In the 2020 Presidential election, Trump lost some support from White voters but gained Hispanic support, getting almost 40 percent of the Hispanic vote, according to exit polls.

That trend has held steady for the upcoming midterm elections, according to recent polling.

Making inroads with Hispanics has been crucial to making Florida a safe red state and will be key in states like Arizona where Republican Blake Masters is in a tightly contested race against Senator Mark Kelly (D-Az.).

Now, USA Today has reported that Republicans have nearly doubled their support among Black voters, from 12 percent of the vote in 2020 to 21 percent of the vote in 2022.

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An increase in support from Black voters would be a major boost to Trump-backed Herschel Walker, who is currently in a tossup race against incumbent Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.)

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“Now 40% of Hispanics and 21% of Blacks are backing the Republican” party, reports the far-left USA Today.

“The issue of inflation – and the feeling that the White House hasn’t done enough to address it – is helping Republicans score significant inroads among Hispanic and Black voters, both demographic groups that Democrats have long relied on for support,” USA Today adds.

For context, back in 2020, former President Trump earned 12 percent of the black vote and 32 percent of the Hispanic vote.

If the USA Today numbers prove true on Election Night, it’s lights out for the Democrat party as a national party.

Even if the GOP gains 15 to 18 percent of the black vote, it’s a game-changer.

In the generic vote, voters have switched preferences since the last time the USA Today polled this question in July. Today the Republican party is up by four points — 49-45 percent. Back in July, the GOP was down four points — 44-40 percent.

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