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CHICAGO—President Donald Trump won a larger share of both black and Hispanic votes than he did four years ago, according to nationwide voter surveys and exit polls.
Estimates on how much he gained among these groups varies, as polling is imprecise, but the polls agree that he gained. Edison Research estimates Trump’s share of black votes increased by four points, to 12 percent from 8 percent.
According to Pew Research and Associated Press data, Trump gained 2 points among black voters, rising to 8 percent from 6 percent; and 7 points among Hispanic voters, to 35 percent from 28 percent. The Epoch Times cannot attest to the accuracy of polls.
Matthew Jones, 31, of Chicago is a black man who was raised as a liberal Democrat but made the switch to support Trump this year.
When Jones …