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Gallup: Race Relations Improving Since Trump Took Office

According to a new report race relations in America have improved by 14% since President Trump took office.


According to The Daily Caller:

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.”

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.