If GOP nominee for President Donald Trump is going to avoid a record percentage of Black voters in five weeks he’s going to have to change strategy in a major way. Only that change or a major meltdown by Hillary Clinton is going to make Black vote support, what little there is, a factor on election day.
So far the evidence in the other direction is clear. A recent poll in Detroit of over 600 people showed Trump receiving zero support. The poll was conducted from Sept. 27-29, and found 39 percent of voters across Michigan supported Trump, with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton polling 7 points ahead of him.
Trump polled at zero in the city of Detroit. It’s happened before. Trump also polled at zero in Philadelphia over the summer. The poll also found that 7 percent of those polled were undecided.