New infographics from Latino Decisions highlight the power of the Latino vote in key 2016 battleground states — and it’s not looking good for the GOP.
Latino Decisions recently found that under the most likely 2016 scenario, the GOP Presidential nominee would need the vote of 47 percent of Latinos nationally to win a majority of the popular vote.
Applying that same scenario to key battleground states, Latino Decisions finds that the most likely “Latino voter threshold” needed by the GOP is as follows:
44% in Colorado
47% in Florida
42% in New Mexico
45% in Nevada
43% in Ohio
46% in Virginia
The scenarios and results, which are described fully in this Latino Decisions blog post and detailed slide presentation, are modeled on a combination of historical, census and exit polling data about the likely size, composition, and party preference of the 2016 electorate.
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