By Marcos Lebron
As Republican candidate Donald Trump entered the presidential race, he kicked off his campaign with racial attacks on minorities in the country and touching on the racial divides in America.
From Ferguson to Charleston, issues of racial division have griped the nation and polling shows that division plays well with Republican and Conservative voters.
Polling in New Hampshire indicate the Trump has jumped to second place among New Hampshire Republicans, trailing only former Florida governor Jeb Bush.
The recent poll by Suffolk University of likely GOP voters, show trump clearly in second place with just a few days of entering the race for president. The other 12 Republican contenders, almost all with more electoral and government experience were tailing Trump in the single digits.
David Paleologos, Director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center said “ It’s the Politics of plurality. Those who like him are voting for him and although many for dislike him, it appears the unfavorable are split up among the many other candidates, so it’s not hurting Trump.