Yes, I agree. I feel as though he already has the 18-40 demographic that follows trends of voting for a young, eloquent speaker rather than being educated in their political decisions
It is beyond my understanding that he carries primarily young Americans (a group that has been shown easily swayed by fast talking, big promising politicians) and African Americans (85% of their votes and trying to say it has nothing to do with him being black?) and people can't pick up on the trendiness of his campaign.
I don't mind people voting for him, but I do mind him going after the biggest groups of uneducated voters with the knowledge that they will vote for him because of the glamour of it all.
Side note: Has anyone actually taken a look at his history as a politician? Before responding, please read this