President Donald Trump drew support from 26 percent of nonwhite voters, the highest percentage of any Republican presidential candidate since 1960, exit polls showed.
While winning 57% of the white vote, which comprised 65% of the electorate, Trump also pulled 12% of Blacks, 32% of Hispanics, 31% of Asians and 40% of other non-white groups, according to an NBC exit poll.
Republican strategist Adrian Gray said Trump’s performance was the best by any Republican since Richard Nixon in 1960, when the GOP nominee garnered 32% of the nonwhite vote in losing to John F. Kennedy.
Trump received 21% of the nonwhite vote in winning the president election in 2016 when he defeated Hillary Clinton.
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