NEW POLL RELEASE: Mon Nov 24 – Latino Decisions Dives into Latino Attitudes Post-Obama Executive Action

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Media Advisory For: Monday, November 24th, 2014 @ 9:00am PT / 12 noon ET

Latino Political Allegiances Shift After Executive Action Announcement

New Poll from Latino Decisions Dives into Latino Political Party Feelings Post-Obama Executive Action Announcement

What: Press call/webinar unveiling results of a major poll by Latino Decisions, commissioned by in partnership with NALACC and Mi Familia Vota, of Latino voters and their views on the President after his recent executive action on immigration. Specifically, Latino voters were asked their reaction to the executive action to protect undocumented parents of U.S. citizen and legal resident children, as well as views towards who is to blame for the lack of immigration reform, and whether or not President Obama should take further action to protect additional immigrants in the future if the Congress fails to pass legislation.

Who:  Speakers presenting the new polling information and it’s implications:

  • Matt Barreto, Principal, Latino Decisions
  • Arturo Carmona – Executive Director,
  • Oscar Chacon – Executive Director, NALACC
  • Ben Monterroso, Executive Director, Mi Familia Vota

When: 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET Monday, November 24th, 2014.

Dial in: Please RSVP to to receive call registration info and an advance copy of poll results.

Anna Zuccaro, 914-523-9145,

Michele Setteducato, 732-614-3818,

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Latino Decisions is the leader in Latino political opinion research. Founded by professors of political science,Dr. Gary M. Segura and Dr. Matt Barreto, our firm leverages a unique combination of analytical expertise and cultural competencies that are unparalleled in the industry. The Latino Decisions team is comprised exclusively of credentialed research scientists with established publication records, rigorous methodological training, and experience with large-scale collaborative research projects. is the nation’s largest online Latino organizing group with more than 300,000 members, all working to amplify the political voice of Latino communities.

The National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities is a network of approximately 75 community-based organizations led by Latin American and Caribbean immigrants.

Mi Familia Vota Education Fund (MFVEF) is a national non-profit organization working to unite the Latino community and its allies to promote social and economic justice through increased civic participation.