The Policy Priorities of Latino Voters in Battleground States

Earlier today, Latino Victory Project and Latino Decisions released the results of a poll examining the issue positions and policy priorities of Latino voters living in a dozen battleground states. [To access the toplines, crosstabs, and presentation, click here] The poll of 800 Latino registered voters was conducted in English and Spanish between July 18 […]

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The Latino Electorate and the Republican National Convention

Throughout last week’s Republican Party National Convention in Cleveland, Latino Victory Project, Latino Decisions, and Fusion released daily poll results assessing how Latino voters were reacting to the convention. The project’s design, which consisted of 300 registered Latino voters completing online surveys in Spanish and English each day, was advantageous for two reasons. It allowed […]

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Highlights from Day 4 of LVP/LD/Fusion GOP Convention Poll

Earlier today Latino Decisions, Latino Victory Project, and Fusion released polling results assessing Latino voters’ responses to the last day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland [Day 1 toplines here, Day 2 toplines here, Day 3 toplines here, and Day 4 toplines here].  These daily polls consist of Spanish and English online surveys of […]

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Highlights from Day 3 of LVP/LD/Fusion GOP Convention Poll

Throughout this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland Latino Decisions, Latino Victory Project, and Fusion are releasing daily poll results evaluating how Latino voters are reacting to the convention. Each day’s online poll consists of Spanish and English surveys of 300 registered Latino voters and have a margin of error of 5.6 percentage points. [Day […]

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5th Circuit Rules Texas Voter ID Violates Voting Rights Act

Latino Decisions Principals Matt Barreto and Gabriel Sanchez authored an expert report in the Texas voter ID lawsuit which found that  4.7% of Whites lacked an ID, 8.4% of Blacks, and 11.4% of Latinos lacked an ID. On July 20, 2016 the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 9-6 that the district court was correct in […]

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Highlights from Day 2 of LVP/LD/Fusion GOP Convention Poll

Throughout the week, Latino Decisions along with Latino Victory Project and Fusion are releasing daily poll results assessing the reaction of Latino voters to the Republican National Convention.  Each day’s online poll consists of Spanish and English surveys of 300 registered Latino voters and have a margin of error of 5.6 percentage points. [Day 1 […]

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Highlights from Day 1 of LVP/LD/Fusion GOP Convention Poll

Yesterday Latino Victory Project, Fusion and Latino Decisions released the first set of poll results on Latino voter reactions to the first day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The online poll surveyed 300 registered Latino voters in Spanish and English and has a margin of error of +/-5.6 percentage points.  Toplines here. Below […]

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Latino Victory Fund, LD, and Fusion Release 1st Poll of Latino Voters During GOP Convention

Spoiler Alert: In the first night’s poll, 88% of Latinos say they don’t love Trump. Latino Victory Fund, Latino Decisions, and Fusion have partnered to conduct nightly polls to assess Latinos’ attitudes towards the Republican nominee and the Republican Party, throughout the week of the Republican National Convention. The polls will highlight Latinos’ sentiments and […]

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The Impact of U.S. v. Texas on the Latino Electorate

Earlier today America’s Voice and Latino Decisions released poll results assessing Latino voters’ knowledge of and reaction to the Supreme Court’s U.S. v. Texas decision blocking President Obama’s authority to implement DAPA and to expand DACA.  The poll surveyed 657 registered Latino voters using a mix on online and live telephone interviews between June 29th […]

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Clinton’s lead in the polls may be larger than it seems, here’s why

Originally posted at Monkey Cage on 6/20/16 In 2012, national polls in October suggested the presidential race was a virtual tie. The Real Clear Politics polling average gave Barack Obama a slight 0.7 point lead over Mitt Romney, but he actually won by almost 4 points. Of the final 11 national polls released in 2012, […]

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