Poll Shows Women of Color Are a Powerful Voting Bloc in the Democratic Party

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Woman at the NYC Women’s March, New York, January, 2019 (Shutterstock).

A recent poll revealed that women of color represent a powerful voting bloc for the Democratic Party. The survey discovered that women of color found it imperative to vote in the 2018 midterm elections due to the high stakes. They overwhelmingly supported Democratic candidates at all levels. 

Nine out of ten women of color voters (89 percent) reported that they planned to vote in the 2018 elections “because the stakes were too high not to,” the poll by SKDKnickerbocker found. Women across all ethnicities were adamant about the need to vote, according to the survey.

“I wanted to change what is going on in our country,” one respondent said. “The only way is to make your voice heard by voting.”

Another respondent specifically said she wanted to send a message to the White House that the administration’s behavior was…

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