The growth of the Latino electorate is largely driven by young citizens turning 18 and less by declining immigration from Latin America.
Among the Democratic Party hopefuls, one candidate, Bernie Sanders, has invested serious time and effort in winning the state and Latino voters.
As state marks the 25th Anniversary of Prop 187, Latinos are ready to get out the vote. Over 80 percent of Latinos believe white supremacist groups are a threat to the United States.
I promise to return my attentions to the White House, but this week I shift my focus to the Texas state legislature. Cutting to the chase, the pick-up opportunities in Austin align like never before.
Given the trends nationally in the public at large, Latino Decisions expects Latino support for impeachment is higher today than it was in June.
Optimism helps, but the Democrats’ partisan fortunes ultimately depend upon the party’s ability to register a large number of the unregistered Latino voters across Texas.
The biggest red state means more to Republican presidential candidates than the biggest blue state does to Democrats.
Historical perspective provides both encouragement and a warning: this isn’t over.
In Part 2 of our Texas series, we look at recent polling data to better understand Senator John Cornyn’s viability both in the primary and in the general elections.
It’s important to note that the outcome of the 2020 election will likely depend upon the efforts of independent groups led by women of colo
Clearly, under-mobilized Texas Latinos wield significant power to tip House races.
UnidosUS Releases State Polling of Latino Voters on Priority Issues, Key Traits in a Presidential Candidate and Party Support
Latino voters in CA, TX, NV, FL, AZ weigh in as the 2020 election season kicks into high gear.
Priorities USA and Latino Decisions Release Research Findings and Strategic Guidance on Engaging Latino Voters
Latino voters will make up an increasing share of the electorate in 2020 and, while they predominantly support Democrats over Trump, there is a significant amount of work to be done.
By Albert Morales President Donald Trump’s incendiary language over the weekend triggered yet another media and public firestorm on the issue of race. His attacks targeting four non-white congresswomen and telling them to go back to their “home countries” led critics, including some prominent Republican observers, to call upon the president to retract and apologize. […]
Rather than ignoring the issue and hoping Democratic advantages on issues like the health care are sufficient to win, the party should take Trump head-on.
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.