In order to get a more accurate understanding of the Latino electorate heading into the 2020 cycle, we can examine the April 2019 national survey of 606 Latino registered voters conducted in partnership with the NALEO Educational Fund.
New National Poll Shows Biden, Sanders, O’Rourke, and Castro Ahead With Latino Voters in Lead Up to 2020
Findings show race for democratic presidential nomination is wide open, with many candidates relatively unknown among Latino electorate.
Latinos in particular made the biggest gains in access to insurance under Obamacare over the last six years.
Our findings show that respondents who know a deportee are 2.4 times more likely to report that their child has been referred or diagnosed with a developmental disorder.
The Democratic margin in the U.S. House will rise and fall with the minority vote.
More than two-thirds (67 percent) of Latino voters said they would be more likely to vote Democratic in 2020 if a Latino candidate such as Julián Castro was on the ballot.
This report relies on a social science approach to evaluate official election data to draw conclusions about turnout and vote growth.
According to the poll’s findings, 30% of Arizonans have crossed the border into Mexico in the past 12 months.
The Native American Electorate’s Role in the Blue Wave Referendum on President Trump’s Policy Agenda
In a historic midterm election that saw minority and women voters energized like never before, one of the major themes was the importance of the Native American population as both voters and candidates.
“Over 78 percent of Latinos have personally experienced the effects of climate change in their state.”
LD VOTE PREDICT: 76% Democrat, 24% Republican Among Latino Voters Choosing US Representatives in 2018 Midterm Elections
LD Turnout Predict: 62.6% of registered Latino voters to cast votes.
Over 65 percent of registered voters support a tax increase to help improve schools in the state.
Only half of Latinos were contacted in lead up to Election Day, with 68 percent self-mobilizing by encouraging friends and family to register and vote.
This analysis also considers the diverse ways in which Latinos are participating in politics during this midterm election.
New polling shows more than one in seven Latino voters have already cast ballots in the upcoming elections.
The degree to which Latinos and other minority groups face such obstacles could shape the outcome of many races this November.
This would mark a 15 percent increase in turnout and nearly a seven percent increase in the Latino share of the vote from 2014.
Despite numerous competitive contests in the state, new polling shows that a majority of California Latino voters have yet to be contacted by a campaign or candidate.
We find no evidence that Latino enthusiasm is down in this election.
Despite placing high importance on upcoming elections, new polling shows that a majority of Texas Latino voters have yet to be contacted by a campaign or candidate.