President Trump received 28 percent of the Latino vote in 2016. It is absolutely attainable for President Trump to receive at least 35 percent of the Latino vote this November, given the unprecedented prosperity that Trump’s pro-America policies have brought to the Latino community. If President Trump does obtain 35 percent of the Latino vote this November, he will flip Nevada, Colorado, and possibly New Mexico. #Trump2020!
Today, as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we share our gratitude for all the ways Hispanic-Americans make our country flourish and prosper. Today, and every day, we honor, cherish, and celebrate Hispanic-American Workers, Families, Students, Businesses, and Leaders… pic.twitter.com/2AxlbluB2S
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 18, 2018
✅ Record low Hispanic American unemployment & poverty rate!
✅ Median income for Latino households has reached a historic high!
✅ Latino owned businesses have been prospering under Trump’s economic policies!
LATINOS ARE WINNING UNDER TRUMP! 🇺🇸
— The Conservative Latina (@TheConservati19) February 7, 2020
It’s true & I’ve seen it on the trail. Our coalitions team-including @KatrinaPierson @thehannahjane & @_Sbenitez-is taking Pres @realDonaldTrump’s message, record & vision directly to these voters & they’re joining @TeamTrump! Dems should be worried!https://t.co/UqoaKTMj9p
— Kimberly Guilfoyle (@kimguilfoyle) February 18, 2020
Latino Support for Trump Is Real And that’s a problem for Democrats
By the Atlantic, February 18, 2020:
President Donald Trump has done almost everything he can to anger Latino voters. And yet, his support among this crucial portion of the electorate remains surprisingly consistent. After the 2016 election, exit polls analyzed by the Pew Research Center showed that 28 percent of Latino voters supported Trump; today, 30 percent support him.
This percentage may not seem high. But consider what the number means for the Democrats: Displeasure with the president over the past three years has not led to an increase in support for the opposing party.
Democrats lost the 2016 election with about 66 percent of the Latino vote. Today 65 percent of registered Latino voters who are Democrats have a positive view of the party’s presidential candidates. Based on exit polling from the past three election cycles, I estimate that Democrats need about 70 percent of this vote to take back the White House.
Having worked at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus during the Obama administration, I am firmly aware of the power of the Latino vote, and so I have been watching these numbers with alarm. When Democrats reach out to Latino voters, they are too focused on immigration, and say too little about other issues these voters prioritize. If they want to win over enough Latino votes to retake the White House, Democrats must continue to fight for the immigrant community, but they must also offer a positive, aspirational narrative that embraces Latinos as a vibrant part of America.
In an election that will likely come down to the smallest margins of victory, the consistent support for Trump from a small, but vocal, subset of Latino voters is a real threat to Democrats. If unchanged, this dynamic could have devastating repercussions for Latinos, and for the country as a whole.
“Telemundo Poll puts Nevada Latino Voter approval of Trump at about 40%” ~Kristian Ramos
Posted by conservative.latino on Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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