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Poll Hub: The Black Vote in the United States

A discussion with NBC’s Steve Kornacki about the network’s new research on the history of the African American vote in Democratic primaries

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The African American vote has become critical in presidential elections, especially in the race for the Democratic nomination. However, there are key moments in the history of the African American vote that catapulted it into such prominence.

On this week’s episode of Poll Hub, Steve Kornacki (@stevekornacki), National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC and author of The Red and the Blue, joins the discussion. Kornacki dives into a newly released research project conducted by NBC News.  Journey to power: The history of black voters, 1976 to 2020. This record is the first that chronicles the black vote for each competitive Democratic primary campaign since 1976. Kornacki explains the evolution of the African American vote in American presidential politics and discusses the implications for 2020.

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Poll Hub goes behind the science to explain how polling works, what polls really show, and what the numbers really mean. Poll Hub is produced by The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, home of America’s leading independent college public opinion poll, The Marist Poll. Lee Miringoff (Director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion), Barbara Carvalho (Director of The Marist Poll), and Jay DeDapper (Director of Innovation at The Marist Poll) dig deep to give you a look at the inner workings of polls and what they tell us about our world, our country, and ourselves.

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