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Latino Decisions and impreMedia to release new poll on Housing Policy

New Poll Results Posted Here Latino Decisions and impreMedia will be releasing data from a new survey focused on how the national housing crisis has impacted the Latino population on Thursday, April 7, 2011. The April survey is the second of a series of six monthly tracking polls in 2011. impreMedia is the leading Hispanic […]

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Losing Traction? Latino Support for Affordable Care Act Remains High but Shows Some Signs of Faltering

The federal health care reform debates captured the nation’s attention during President Obama’s first year in office. Despite tremendous  financial and political obstacles, on March 23, 2010 President Obama and the democratically controlled Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, legislation that will expand access to health coverage within the U.S. health care system. President Obama […]

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Why the DREAM Act will matter in the 2012 election

In December 2005 H.R. 4437, aka the “Sensenbrenner Bill” was passed by the House of Representatives and the issue of immigration became front page news in American politics. The bill asked for the immediate deportation of all undocumented immigrants, and would make it a crime to assist undocumented immigrants in any way, punishable by up […]

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70% of Latinos approve of Obama – but only 43% are certain to vote for Obama in 2012

By Pilar Marrero, impreMedia Despite the dire situation of the economy and the lack of immigration solutions, President Barack Obama’s approval rating among Latino voters increased again to 70% after decreasing in mid-2010. But that support does not translate into automatic votes for 2012. The second part of a poll conducted by impreMedia and Latino […]

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impreMedia-Latino Decisions Tracking Poll: Immigration and Economy Are Top Concerns for US Latinos

Thirty-seven percent are ‘very worried’ that they or someone in their household will become unemployed LOS ANGELES, CA –February 10, 2011 – impreMedia, the leading Hispanic news and information company, has partnered with Latino Decisions to release a series of six national polls among Latino registered voters. The ongoing tracking poll is set to reveal […]

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Latino Decisions to form partnership with impreMedia on 2011 Latino Decisions Tracking Poll

Latino Decisions announced today they will collaborate with impreMedia on six monthly tracking polls in 2011. The first tracking poll will be released on Thursday, February 10, 2011. impreMedia is the leading Hispanic News and Information Company in the U.S. in Online and Print. impreMedia’s multi-platform offerings range from Online to Video, Social Media, Mobile, […]

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Latinos Make their Mark: Demographics, Destiny and Reapportionment

Four weeks ago the US Census Bureau gave the nation a first glimpse at the 2010 data. Over 308 million people live in the United States now; a 10% increase since 2000. While an additional 27.3 million new residents is indeed news, the big story is reapportionment. Latinos are driving the very growth and regional […]

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