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A Washington Post/ABC poll revealed a sharp decline in support for President Obama from his liberal African-American voter base over his jobs agenda.

The number of liberal Democrats who strongly support Obama’s record has plummeted from 53 percent to 31 percent. The number of African-Americans who support Obama’s performance on the economy once stood at 77 percent — that number now sits at just over half of those surveyed.

Obama’s shrinking approval comes on the heels of a recent study which showed a surge in the wealth gap between Whites and minorities, an unprecedented Black unemployment rate of 16.2 percent, and a collective attitude from the Black community that the Obama Administration’s policies do little to nothing to aid the compounded scarcities that plague Black Americans.

Read more at Huffington Post

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