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Vast Majority of Latinos Reject Trump


A new Latino Decisions poll found only 21% of Latinos said they would probably or definitely vote for Donald Trump in 2020, with only 13% saying they “definitely” would. An overwhelming majority —almost eight-in-ten (78%)—said they are strongly or somewhat “frustrated with how Trump and his allies treat immigrants and Latinos” and are worried things will get worse.


Clinton Has Huge Lead Over Trump with Latinos in Four Key Swing States

24 points

A new Univision poll of Latino voters in Arizona, Colorado, Florida and Nevada shows Hillary Clinton trouncing Donald Trump among this critical voting bloc. In Florida, Trump trails Clinton by 24 percentage points — the closest margin out of the four states. Clinton leads Trump 68% to 18% in Arizona, 65% to 19% in Nevada and 62% to 17% in Colorado. Florida, Colorado and Nevada are three battleground states where Latinos are likely to make up more than 10% of the electorate this year.


Clinton Way in Lead with Latino Vote


A new Latino Decisions poll finds Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 70% to 19% among Latino voters. Clinton has a 68% to 29% (net +39) favorability rating while Trump has a 21% to 74% (net -53) favorability rating.


Clinton Holds Massive Lead Over Trump Among Latinos

46 points

Margin by which Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump among Hispanic voters, 66% to 20%, a new Fox News Latino poll shows.


Three-Quarters of Latino Voters Back Clinton


Of Latino registered voters said they back Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, while just 14% said they back Donald Trump, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.


Experts Predicting Record Latino Voter Turnout

13.1 million

Number of Hispanics expected vote nationwide in 2016, compared to 11.2 million in 2012 and 9.7 million in 2008. “Registration among Hispanic voters is skyrocketing in a presidential election cycle dominated by Donald Trump and loud GOP cries to close the border,” The Hill reports.


Latinos Seeking Citizenship to Vote Against Trump


The amount by which naturalization applications increased in the 2015 fiscal year over the year before, jumping 14 percent during the six months ending in January, according to federal figures, the New York Times reports. “The pace is picking up by the week, advocates say, and they estimate applications could approach 1 million in 2016, about 200,000 more than the average in recent years.”


Trump Isn’t the Only Republican Who’s Clueless About Latinos

I look at our friends in the Latino community as people that ought to be voting Republican. I mean, they’re very strong family. We could all learn a little from them about the importance of family, couldn’t we? Because they are great, they are God-fearing, hard-working folks. And a lot of them do jobs that they’re willing to do. That’s why, in a hotel, you leave a little tip, you know?

— Gov. John Kasich (R), quoted by the Columbus Dispatch.


Latinos Say Trump is Hurting the Republican Party


Of Latinos “hold negative views of Donald Trump — including 60% who said they have a ‘very negative’ impression of the front-runner in the GOP’s 2016 presidential race. That’s compared to 55% of U.S. residents and just 28% of Republicans who view Trump negatively,” according to a new MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist poll. “Almost two-thirds of Latinos surveyed — 65% — say Trump is hurting the image of the Republican Party, while just 13% say he is helping the party.”


Trump Loves Mexicans, Says He’ll Capture Latino Vote

I have a great relationship with the Mexican people. I have many people working for me – look at the job in Washington – I have many legal immigrants working with me. And many of them come from Mexico. They love me, I love them. And I’ll tell you something, if I get the nomination, I’ll win the Latino vote.

— Donald Trump, in an interview with NBC News.