Here Is What Latino Decisions Had to Say About 2014 Latino Vote

The following data about U.S. Latino voters was presented today in Washington, D.C., Latino Decisions. For the full results, go to LatinoVote2014.

SummaryLD

The take aways:

TakeAways

This shows where the Latino vote showed up for different Senate candidates in different states. Blue is Democrat, red is Republican and yellow is Independent. Senate

Why they voted went more for the Latino community than for a specific party:

Motivation

What voters thought were the most important issues facing Latino community:

Issues

The survey also asked registered voters who did not vote. Here were their reasons:

NOtVote

The big question about President Obama’s executive action delay on immigration relief.

Delay

How non-voters viewed parties:

NONVoters

What about 2016?

ObamaVoters

Most important issue by targeted states:

Immigration

Immigration salience:

ImmigrationSalienceUndocu

The following three slides show the shifts in Latino vote for specific races:

Change

SneatePolls GOVS


What about Colorado?

Colorado
UDall
What about North Carolina?

NC

HaganLoss

And Texas?

TexasVote TexasVotersThen there is Nevada.

NevadaThey also shared these slides about the future:

ExecActionDems

GOPAntiLatino

GOPAction

You can read the full results here. (FYI, the last document had been embargoed until 12:30pmET today.)

Latino Decisions Non-Voters Election Eve 2014

Latino Election Eve Poll November 2014 Book 1

Latino Decisions Election Eve 2014 – National Toplines

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