Among the key headlines from the 2022 election were gains by Republicans among minority voters.
According to the AP VoteCast survey, Republican House candidates got 14 percent of the black vote, almost twice the 8 percent of the black vote that Republicans captured in 2020 and 2018.
The difference between the percentage of black votes that Democrats got compared to Republicans was 68 points, compared to a difference of 83 points in the 2020 election and 82 points in 2018.
This was even more pronounced among younger black voters, ages 18–44, where the difference between percentage voting Democrat and Republican was 54 points, compared to 76 points in 2020 and 75 in 2018.
The Republican Party is most aggressively taking root among younger black voters….