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Buttigieg's Support From Black Americans? There's Literally Nothing To It

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Buttigieg's Support From Black Americans? There's Literally Nothing To It

Buttigieg's Support From Black Americans? There's Literally Nothing To It

Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg is struggling to get support from African American voters.

According to Politico, weakness among African Americans is shadowing him through the lead-up to the Iowa caucuses.

And it's drawing questions from white Iowans, prompting him to address how his campaign has addressed complaints from staffers of color.

A raft of new polls show that Buttigieg’s standing in the black community, both in South Carolina and nationally, hasn’t budged.

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