Today, ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions is releasing its 2012 Latino Election Eve Poll at a new site: www.LatinoVote2012.com. The site is now live.
The poll was conducted of Latino voters nationwide and in 11 states: AZ, CA, CO, FL, MA, NV, NM, NC, OH, TX and VA.
Results will be released throughout the day on this website — including details on the most important issue to Latino voters (available now), voter demographic data, and mobilization/levels of early voting. After the polls close in each state, candidate preferences will be released. That will include the Presidential race and Senate races (where applicable).
Nationwide, immigration is the second most important issue to Latino voters. In Arizona and North Carolina, it’s the single most important issue.
As Latino Decisions has explained, network exit polls of Latino voters tend not to be accurate. The Latino Decisions election-eve poll is a new model which we think is a more precise gauge of what Latinos are thinking as they head to the polls.
Check out www.LatinoVote2012.com throughout the day. We’ll update tweet as new results become available.