Thursday, October 1, 2020

What Impact will Latinos have on Election Day?

Results of the poll conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center reveal that Barack Obama holds the lead not only among Latino democrats but is also making inroads among Republican Latinos….

There’s no way to predict the real impact of Latinos in the 2008 race, but the campaigns are actively courting the voting bloc. In Thursday’s poll by the Pew Hispanic Center, 66 percent of registered Hispanic voters say they support Democratic nominee Barack Obama while 23 percent stand behind Republican nominee John McCain. For Obama, the figures solidify the transition of Latino support from Hillary Clinton to his camp. For McCain, they suggest that making real inroads with this group may require a minor miracle. Obama not only has the support of traditionally Democratic Latinos, he also has the backing of 23 percent of Hispanics who identify themselves as Republicans and holds a significant edge among Latino independents.

Newsweek

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