President Trump has consistently pointed to decreases in black and minority unemployment rates despite the media and Democrats continuously calling him racist with not basis.
Gallup reported Monday that satisfaction with race relations has jumped 14% since Trump’s inauguration.
The number of respondents saying they were satisfied with the position of blacks and other minorities in the nation increased from 37% to 46% since January 2017 as well, the poll notes.
Overall the results are good news for a president in the midst of an impeachment trial and seeking re-election in November. Confidence in the “state of the nation’s economy” has catapulted from 46% to 68% in three years, a 22% increase.
The numbers on race relations seemingly fly in the face of rhetoric from progressives who not only routinely label the president as a racist and is actively or passively promoting a white supremacist agenda. Democratic New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker has called the president “worse than a racist” while CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin labelled Trump a racist for calling Democratic California Rep. Maxine Waters a “low IQ individual.”