A July 1 Univision poll conducted after last week’s Democratic debates said that Kamala Harris is currently the top choice among U.S. Latino voters, with Julián Castro in second place.
According to the poll, Harris made a significant 16-point gain after last week’s debates, with Castro showing a 9-point gain. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both experienced decreases in support. Elizabeth Warren saw a 2-point increase, with Beto O’Rourke dropping by 1 point.
The entire results are listed below. They include breakdowns by language as well other key demographics.
According to Univision, the poll’s methodology is as follows: “Overall 410 Latino citizen adults were interviewed across all fifty states from a combination of landline, cell phone, and online completion modes. All voters were randomly selected and given the opportunity to complete the interview in English or Spanish, at their discretion. Randomized stratified quota sampling was employed to ensure the appropriate balance of Latinos across state, gender, age, education, and nativity. Post-stratification weights were applied to bring the sample into alignment with the Census CPS estimates of Latino citizen adults nationwide. Overall 25% of interviews were in Spanish and 75% in English. The final survey contains an overall design error of +/- 4.8%.”