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The Views of Latinos on the Economy, Health Care, and the 2016 Election
This document contains new polls of Latinos’ views on the economy and health care, as well as fresh numbers on Latino voters’ views on the presidential candidates and other key election topics.
NCLR Poll Results from Latino Voter Summit 2016
NCLR and Latino Decisions conducted a poll to get the views of Latino influencers at the NCLR Latino Voter Summit on priority issues during this election year, including how they felt about policymakers’ efforts to represent ...
On Shaky Ground: Poll of Latino Views on the Economy
The majority of Latino voters believe the economy is improving, but their own financial outlook has not. While their belief in the American Dream remains strong, large shares of Latino voters are anxious about losing a job ...
Why Getting Latino Voter Exit Polling Right Matters
When it comes to Latino voters, the national voter exit polls—and many polls throughout the election cycle—remain consistently off-the-mark. On October 17, 2016, NCLR held a briefing on this topic, featuring detailed ...
Dynamics of the Latino Electorate: Shaping the 2016 Election
Slides from a roundtable discussion held on September 8, 2016, include presentations by Sylvia Manzano, Principal at Latino Decisions; Maria Urbina, Vice President of Politics and National Campaigns at Voto Latino; and ...
Health Issues and Priorities: Latino Voters in the 2020 Electorate
Findings of a nationwide health poll of Latino voters. The poll was conducted on behalf of UnidosUS by Latino Decisions from October 3-10 with 1,304 Latino registered voters.
Latino Voters in the 2020 Election National Survey Results
Findings of the 2020 American Election Eve Poll with a specific focus on the 2020 vote choices and motivations of Latino/Latinx voters. More than 5,000 Latino voters were polled as part of the national sample, as well as ...
Arizona Deep Dive in the 2020 Election
Findings of the 2020 American Election Eve Poll with a specific focus on survey results from the American Indian and Latino oversamples of Arizona voters. Poll was conducted by Latino Decisions.