December

Youth, Hispanic Vote May Mean Clout on Key Issues

Hispanic Business

Mitt Romney of Massachusetts, according to a poll of 5,600 Latino voters conducted Nov. 2-5, on the eve of the presidential election, by ImpreMedia and Latino Decisions, a polling firm based


Debating the fiscal cliff's impact on Latino families
NBC Latino
In an impremedia/Latino Decisions pre-election tracking poll, 77 percent of Latinos approved of higher taxes or a combination of higher taxes and spending cuts to reduce the deficit, and 12

 

GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham supports citizenship path in immigration reform
Houston Chronicle (blog)
And a Latino Decisions poll found that 75 percent of Latino registered voters want a comprehensive approach to immigration that includes a path to citizenship, while only 14 percent

 

Republicans now concede: they lost 2012 election by not listening to Latino groundswell

New York Daily News

"According to the latest impreMedia/Latino Decisions tracking poll, Obama now leads Romney 69%-24% and enthusiasm for going to the polls is growing among Latino voters. Not good news

 

Latinos Favor Tax Increases for Wealthy to Solve Fiscal Cliff
ABC News
Latino voters overwhelmingly support tax increases on the wealthiest Americans as a way to reduce the deficit and deal with the looming fiscal cliff. According to a new impreMedia/Latino

 

Pulling the Plug on Job Training Undermines Our Global Competitiveness
Huffington Post (blog)
Latinos, who still face an unemployment rate of 10 percent, are rightfully anxious about how Congress is approaching these weighty decisions on taxes and the federal budget. The fate of

 

Latinos Favor Tax Increases for Wealthy to Solve Fiscal Cliff

ABC News

According to a new impreMedia/Latino Decisions survey of more than 5,600 Latino voters, a whopping 77 percent favor increasing taxes on the wealthy. While the vast majority of

 

GOP must appeal to Latino voters

FOX Reno

There are a number of institutions that regularly take the pulse of Latino voters. One of the more interesting is a group called Latino Decisions, an amalgamation of political science experts,

 

Vast Majority of Hispanics Want to Hike Taxes on Rich

The National Review

According to a new impreMedia/Latino Decisions survey of more than 5,600 Latino voters, a whopping 77 percent favor increasing taxes on the wealthy. While the vast majority of

 

Immigrant Friends and Foes Debate the Definition of "Comprehensive Immigration Reform"

Los Angeles Times

The comparisons are enlightening: Gary Segura, professor of political science at Stanford University and co-founder of the polling firm Latino Decisions, cast the widest possible net of

 

Texas Insider » Poll Shows How Texas Latino Voters Influenced ...
Texas Insider, JimCardle
Newly-released election-eve polling from impreMedia & Latino Decisions – which surveyed Latino voters nationally and in eleven states, including Texas – shows that the candidates'