RFK Jr increases focus on securing support from black voters as key demographic drops support for Biden

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is focusing his presidential campaign on winning over minority voters, as a growing number of black voters consider an alternative to President Joe Biden.

Recent polling has shown a major decline in support for the president and growing support for Kennedy. In Georgia, where Kennedy recently campaigned, Biden has the support of 58% of black voters, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, while 20% of voters said they are thinking about a third-party candidate. 

A New York Times/Siena College poll recently found that 26% of black voters in swing states nationwide support Kennedy, compared with 56% for Biden and 10% for former President Donald Trump.

The number in Georgia is
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