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Poll: Obama Slightly Down Among Latinos

Posted: Oct 15, 2012


A new poll released Monday by ImpreMedia and Latino Decisions finds that support for President Obama slipped from 72 percent last week to 67 percent this week, suggesting that his debate performance also led some Latino voters to re-evaluate the president. Those who said they are certain to vote for Romney increased slightly from 20 percent last week to 23 percent this week. When asked how important the presidential debates are, 76 percent of all Latinos said a candidate’s performance in the presidential debate was important in how they evaluated a candidate.

With little-to-no attention on Latino voters on the national level since the conventions, enthusiasm among Latinos voters has slightly dropped indicating the race may have turned more into a matter of turnout rather than candidate support.

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