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2016 NNPA-Howard University National Black Voter Poll

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2016 NNPA-Howard University National Black Voter Poll

Results, Findings and Analysis

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The nation’s largest and oldest trade association of Black-owned newspapers, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), and the nation’s leading academic and research Historically Black College and University (HBCU), Howard University, will announce the results of the National Black Voter Poll just completed during the past week. Over 21,200 telephone calls across the United States were made by the NNPA-HU national polling center on the campus of HU to Black American telephone numbers throughout the United States from October 23-30, 2016.

What: Press Conference

Where: National Press Club, Washington DC

When: Thursday, November 1, 2016, 10 AM Eastern Time

Here are a few highlights:

  • 94% of those polled plan to vote in the upcoming election
  • Of those who plan to vote:
    • 89.8% will vote for Clinton
    • 2% will vote for Trump
    • 0% Johnson
    • 0% Stein
    • 7.2% for others
  • The top issues that are influencing Black American voters include:
    • Economy and jobs
    • Income inequality
    • Race and race relations
    • College affordability
    • High Quality Education in Pre-K-12
  • Party Affiliation
    • 82 % Identify as Democrat
    • 2% Identify as Republican
    • 9% Identify as Independent (67% normally vote for Democrats, 5% normally vote Republican, 28% normally don’t vote for either major party)
    • 7% Identify as Other
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Other more detailed information about the poll will be released at the press conference.

SOURCE National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA)

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