While polling suggests President Joe Biden remains significantly more popular with black voters than his GOP rivals, Democratic allies believe one thing has caused him to lose support among the voting group.
Biden won the South Carolina Democratic primary by a landslide margin on Saturday, but turnout was notably diminished, leading some critics to air concerns about enthusiasm for the president’s reelection bid. South Carolina’s Democratic Party Chairwoman Christale Spain told NOTUS the turnout was due to “people not knowing the information” rather than a lack of enthusiasm.
“We needed to educate our voters and create a space for our candidates to come talk about their record,” Spain said. “That’s really why we launched this historic effort, to fill what I feel is an information gap and not an enthusiasm gap.”
The president has lagged in polls with key