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The Republican Party's tension over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to comment on Donald Trump.A new Associated Press-GfK poll found that Rubio and Cruz are slightly more popular than Trump among Hispanics, although none is well-liked.Fifteen percent of blacks and 31 percent of Hispanics have a favorable view of Rubio, the new poll found. Cruz earns positive marks from 11 percent of black voters and 29 percent of Hispanics, while Trump finishes at the bottom with favorable ratings from just 8 percent of blacks and 16 percent of Hispanics.Trump isn't ignoring minority voters.
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