A Latino tracking poll has revealed that Republicans have made gains with Latino voters since the 2018 “blue wave” midterm cycle. However, the poll shows that Latino’s still prefer Democrats.
A poll conducted by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund shows that Latino support for Republicans in congressional races is up to 30% – an increase of 10 percentage points since 2018.
Of all Latino’s polled, 27% of them said they believed the Republican Party were hostile towards them, much less than the 37% in 2018.
“Five weeks into our tracking poll, it’s becoming clear that Republicans have gained significant ground with Latino voters since the last midterm cycle,” Arturo Vargas, NALEO’s executive director said in a statement.
The poll also showed that 38% of Latinos believe that there was some cheating involved in the 2020 election and that there is a likelihood that Trump was the winner.
However, a slightly higher percentage of 40% of voters said that claims of election fraud were either completely false, or more false than true.
ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH
MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE
PHOTO CREDITS: LA TIMES
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