Latino voters’ net favorability rating of Donald Trump is -51

Latino voters’ net favorability rating of Donald Trump is -51


Yesterday Gallup released a new poll that shows 65% of Latino voters have an unfavorable view of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. 14% of Hispanic voters have a favorable view of Trump. Trump, who announced his campaign criticzing immigrants from Mexico, has doubled down on his anti-immigrant rhetoric calling for completing a border wall and deporting all of the undocumented currently in the U.S.

That same poll showed that Texas governor Rick Perry and Senator Ted Cruz also have net unfavorable ratings with Latino voters with both of them scoring -7.

Jeb Bush has the highest favorable rating among Latino voters for a Republican candidate at +11 with Marco Rubio trailing him at +5.

On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has a net favorability rating of +40 with Latino voters, and Bernie Sanders has a +5 favorability rating with Latino voters.

Photo credit: Donald Trump by Gage Skidmore, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.





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