Most people are surprised to learn that nearly 30% of U.S. Hispanics voted for Trump in 2016. Hispanics, it turns out, are not a homogeneous group. Over 50% are U.S. born with roots in 20 countries of origin, each with its own rich cultural and political heritage. The world, however, has changed considerably since 2016. Voters have a clearer idea of the president’s policy priorities and leadership style.
To quantify voter sentiment, ThinkNow conducted a nationally representative survey of 1,500 Americans in early March 2020 with an oversample of minority groups to see if support for the president has shifted and to gauge the influence of issues relevant to minority voters on choosing a president.
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