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E-Blast: March 2022 BlackTrack



Biden approval increases with Black voters. Black voters don’t expect fair hearing for first Black woman SCOTUS nominee. 

HIT Strategies’ latest BlackTrack research examined President Biden’s approval rating amongst Black voters and their views about whether a Black woman Supreme Court nominee would get a fair hearing. The survey was conducted before the official nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

President Biden’s approval rating saw a slight increase for the first time in months, going from 73% in January to 76% in February.

When asked about the forthcoming Black woman SCOTUS nominee, many Black voters stated they did not trust the GOP to conduct a fair hearing. More than half of Black voters also expressed that an unfair confirmation process would make them more likely to vote in 2022. 

President Biden’s Job Performance
Biden’s approval rating among Black voters has increased from 73% to 76% over one month. 
Black Woman SCOTUS Nominee
31% of Black voters trust Senate Republicans will give a Black woman SCOTUS nominee a fair hearing.  
More than half or 52% of Black voters trust that the media will give a Black woman Supreme Court nominee a fair hearing. 
54% of Black voters would be more motivated to vote in 2022 if a Black Supreme Court nominee endures an unfair confirmation process. 
BlackTrack is a monthly survey by HIT Strategies to track the evolving opinions of Black voters. The recurring monthly national survey of 1,000 Black voters (ages 18+) monitors current Black voters’ attitudes on social and political issues. In addition, it disaggregates the data into demographic groups to understand the full diversity of Black voters’ attitudes.

A proportion of BlackTrack data is proprietary and available for subscribers. For inquiries about the full BlackTrack data set subscription, please click here for more information.
Read the full March BlackTrack report here:
March BlackTrack Report
Read previous BlackTrack reports here:
BlackTrack Reports
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