Below are key candidate questions for the Pennsylvania-specific Asian American election eve polls, conducted by Asian American Decisions. Full toplines and crosstabs available for Asian American poll findings will be posted online HERE starting tomorrow. In PA, Asian American voters backed Clinton over Trump by a 83-15% margin.  Asian American voters in PA supported Katie McGinty over Pat Toomey by a 77-24%… Continue »

American Public Overwhelmingly Supports Legalization and Rejects Deportation Trump’s Overt Nativism Actually Driving Up Support For Practical, Humane Policy Though we are still hours away from the first 2016 polls closing, one result is already in: nativism lost big. GOP nominee Donald Trump made his hard line anti-immigrant stance a centerpiece of his campaign. In… Continue »

2016 Election Coverage from America's Voice

We’re finally here — Election Day 2016. As early voting numbers have indicated, Latino and immigrant voters will play key roles in battleground states that will determine who occupies the White House come January. “Donald Trump opened his White House bid by stoking fears of Mexicans flooding the border,” NBC’s Suzanne Gamboa wrote in a new… Continue »

*** Latino & Asian American Voter Election Eve Poll to Be Released in Multiple Installments*** Releases Throughout Election Day (2pm EST/11am PT and 4pm EST/1pm PT) Candidate Questions Released as Polls Close in Individual States (starting 7pm EST/4pm PT and ending at 11pm EST/8pm PT)  Wed 11/9: Webinar on Latino poll and election results 1PM EST/10AM PT; Webinar on… Continue »

North Carolina joins Nevada, Texas, Florida, in Early Vote Drubbing As early voting wraps up in North Carolina and other key states, the Latino community has delivered a stinging rebuke of Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda in the most American way – with their vote. According to data from the North Carolina State Board of Elections, Latinos in North Carolina… Continue »

During a fiery speech in support of Hillary Clinton last week, Alicia Machado declared that the 2016 race is “our election. This is our election, Latinos!” “It’s really clear that he does not respect women. He just judges us on our looks,” Machado said during the Florida rally, her first joint appearance with Clinton. “He… Continue »

Less than 24 hours before Election Day, one of the dominant post-election storylines has already emerged: Latino voters are surging, poised to vote in historic numbers against Donald Trump in large part due to immigration issues, and are set to be decisive in key states throughout the country: Jonathan Martin in the New York Times: “Hillary Clinton… Continue »

Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee Tim Kaine delivered an all-Spanish speech during a campaign stop in Phoenix, Arizona yesterday. NBC News called it “the first speech completely in Spanish by a candidate at an organized campaign rally during a presidential election,” and came just a day after Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton visited the state. As we… Continue »

Mounting evidence of a Latino voter surge, nationally and in key states Throughout this election cycle, one of the key questions has been whether Donald Trump would turn out “missing white voters” in numbers big enough to win him the presidency. The theory, popular on the right in recent years, is that the GOP should… Continue »

Showing they get the politics of immigration, the importance of the Latino vote and the importance of defeating Trumpism Something surprising is happening in the campaign’s homestretch. Instead of following the old Democratic Party playbook – speak in targeted ways to Latinos and about immigration – the Hillary Clinton campaign is leaning in. Just look at the… Continue »