Friday, April 12, 2024

New Poll Reveals Latino Voter’s Perspective on Change in America

UnidosUS, the largest Latino nonprofit advocacy organization, and Mi Familia Vota, a Latino political and civic engagement organization, recently commissioned a new poll primarily focused on democratic pulling. Of the 2,750 eligible Latino voters surveyed, 60% said they believe the country is on the wrong track. Clarissa Martinez, Vice President of the Latino vote initiative […]

Immigration Reform Is Most Important Issue Facing Latino Community

A new poll released today suggests that 53% of Latino voters feel that immigration reform is the most important issue facing the Latino community and that Congress and President Obama should address it. The poll, sponsored by America’s Voice and implemented by Latino Decisions, wanted to survey the response from Latino voters and see how […]

Obama Widens Lead Among Latino Voters

During the summer, Republicans expressed optimism that Mitt Romney would be able to rake up more support among Latino voters before the elections. But the latest impreMedia-Latino Decisions tracking poll shows the Republican presidential candidate hasn’t improved his favorability among Latinos. The poll released Monday shows President Barack Obama has the support of 73 percent of Latino registered voters while 21 percent of them say they […]

Poll finds Hispanic Opinion differs from other groups over changing Demographics in U.S.

A new Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor poll found that Hispanics are less concerned about the rapidly changing demographics of the U.S. population than whites or blacks. The poll released on Friday is the ninth in a series that examine the implications of the changing face of America on the economy. This time around the survey […]

NALEO Educational Fund Releases Survey on Hispanic Voting Trends

On Tuesday at a briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, the NALEO Educational Fund released the findings of a survey of 1,600 Latino registered voters in four states that will have open or competitive gubernatorial or senatorial races this coming November. These states are California, Colorado, Florida, and Texas. The panel was moderated […]