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New Polling Released: Arizona Latino Voters Support Obama Over Romney, 80-14%

by Van Le on 10/09/2012 at 5:50pm

Today, we held a discussion panel in the crucial swing state of Arizona  to discuss the November election, the Latino vote, and the impact of immigration politics.  During the events, Latino Decisions released brand-new polling that gave us insight into what Latino voters in Arizona are thinking.  Here are some of the key numbers that were released:

ARIZONA

55% The percentage of Arizona Latino voters who rank immigration as a top issue that Congress and the President should address (this is HIGHER than those who rank jobs/economy as a top priority, at 44%)
92% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who say that immigration as a topic is important to their voting decision
77% Obama approval rating among Arizona Latino voters
80% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who support Obama’s reelection, compared to 14% supporting Romney
75% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters supporting Arizona Senatorial candidate Richard Carmona (D), compared to 12% supporting Republican Jeff Flake
64% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who say that President Obama’s deferred action policy makes them more enthusiastic about Obama
66% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who say that Mitt Romney’s support of self-deportation and harsh anti-immigrant laws makes them less enthusiastic about Romney
69% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who say they know someone who is an undocumented immigrant
55% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who say they know a DREAMer
90% Percentage of Arizona Latino voters who say they are enthusiastic about voting in November

 

  • TruthBtold810

    Damn, a wipe out in nov.

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