The number of black Americans eligible to vote has spiked to 30 million and more than a third of them live in the key battleground states.
The enthusiasm this time is in stark contrast to 2016 when many black Americans stayed home.
There was a decline in turnout for the first time in 20 years after reaching a record high for Barack Obama’s re-election in 2012. More than a third of the 4.4 million Obama supporters that didn’t turnout in 2016 were black.
Pennsylvania is one key state where black voters could make all the difference after many didn’t turn out for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
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Source: Sky News