November

Washington Post: Nevada moves to "leans Obama", Nov 4

 

Boston Globe: Obama rallies Hispanic vote, Romney tries to make inroads, Nov 4

 

La Opinión: 20% de los latinos ya votó; el 73% votó por Obama, Nov 3

 

Arizona Republic: Latino voters surge in Arizona, Nov 3

 

La Opinión: Voto útil para Obama, Nov 3

 

BBC Mundo: Elecciones en EE.UU.: diez razones por las que importa el voto latino, Nov 2

 

Los Angeles Times: Romney on razor's edge in Florida, Nov 2

 

TPM: Pollsters swing and miss at Latino vote, Nov 2

 

NBC Latino: Latino groups rally higher turnout, Nov 2

 

USA Today: Hispanic vote may nudge Ariz. toward 'swing' in 2016, Nov 1

 


Nov 6 - 10, 2012 (Election Week)

 

Latino Voters In Election 2012 Help Sweep Obama To Reelection

Huffington Post

An impreMedia-Latino Decisions poll released Tuesday as an alternative to exit polls found Obama had won 75 percent of Latino voters nationwide, while exit polls found him with around

 

Latino Voters Rank Jobs, Economy And Immigration As Top Issues: Poll

Huffington Post

The problem is that the National Exit Poll has historically had a terrible sample of Latinos," Matt Barreto, co-founder of Latino Decisions, said, according to Spanish-language newspaper

 

Latinos are not all the same – breakdown of top issues by location, age and origin

NBC Latino

Some interesting differences among the nation's Latinos when it comes to voting issue priorities, according to a new impreMedia/Latino Decisions poll of over 5,000 Latino voters

 

Latino votes crucial to Elizabeth Warren Senate win in Massachusetts over.

NBC Latino

The Latino voters who hit the polls on Tuesday, says University of Washington political scientist and Latino Decisions principal Matt Barreto. “Latinos overwhelmingly supported

 

Latest poll: Latino voters rank jobs and economy as top issues when voting

NBC Latino

Latino voters have two main issues on their minds as they cast their votes. According to Latino Decisions political scientist Sylvia Manzano, a new impreMedia/Latino Decisions poll released

 

“Governor Romney inherited a damaged brand with Latinos,” says Hispanic

NBC Latino

Al Cardenas, chair of the American Conservative Union and an advisor to the Romney campaign, spoke to us this morning and discussed why he thought national Latino numbers for

 

In Arizona, Richard Carmona faces loss of Senate seat

NBC Latino

According to polling firm Latino Decisions, Carmona earned 83 percent of the Latino vote in Arizona, while Flake earned 17

 

New Mexico Election Results 2012 MAP: Presidential, Senate And House.

Huffington Post

An impreMedia-Latino Decisions election eve poll to be released in full later Tuesday evening will show President Barack Obama with more than 72 percent of the Latino vote, according to a

 

Election Results 2012: Live Updates

Huffington Post

Exit polls show 74 percent of Latino voters in the state going for Obama, versus 25 percent for Romney. An impreMedia-Latino Decisions election eve poll -- based on surveys with Latinos

 

Economy and immigration are top issues to Latino voters

Daily Kos

Election Eve Poll of 5,600 Latino voters has indicated that the Economy/Jobs and Immigration were the most important issues to Latino voters in 2012. As indicated in the figure below, 53%

 

With Obama's Win, He'll Need to Send More Than a Thank You Note

By Julianne Hing, Colorlines

Latino voter turnout is up, as expected, and they're bringing it on home for Obama. ... So critical is the Latino vote that the Romney camp projected it would need to take home 38 percent of the

 

Latino Voters In Election 2012 Help Sweep Obama To Reelection

Huffington Post

An impreMedia-Latino Decisions poll released Tuesday as an alternative to exit polls found Obama had won 75 percent of Latino voters nationwide, while exit polls found him with around

 

Early Results Demonstrate Electoral Clout Of Latino Voters In 2012

Sacramento Bee

The latest data from the impreMedia/Latino Decisions "Election Eve" poll suggests that Latino voters made a decisive impact on the Presidential race in key states across the ...

 

The Latino Vote: What Happens Next Depends on Us

Huffington Post

An impreMedia-Latino Decisions poll released Tuesday estimated that Obama had won 75 percent of Latino voters nationwide, which is very close to the most recent exit polls that find

 

Key Races In Western States Bolstered By Historic Latino Turnout

KPBS

Once the dust settles, researchers at the polling firm Latino Decisions say 2012 will be historic. The group's Gabriel Sanchez says a poll conducted just before Election Day suggests a record

 

Herdt: The ghost of elections future

Ventura County Star

An election-eve survey of 5,600 Latino voters nationwide conducted by the polling firm Latino Decisions finds that Latino voters backed Obama by a margin of greater than 3-to-1, or 75

 

Florida's Race Embodies a Polarized Electorate
ABC News
According to exit polls, Obama won 60 percent of the Latino vote in Florida yesterday up from 57 percent in 2008 and 44 percent for John Kerry in 2004. According to separate polling from

 

Latinas Played Powerful Role in 2012 Elections
Hispanically Speaking News
Throughout the country, Latino/a voters came out in record force for Latina health, favoring candidates who support polices that protect women's reproductive decision-making and

 

Obama virtually closed Latino gender gap in the end

NBC Latino

A September Latino Decisions poll had Hispanic women with a 53-point margin in favor of Barack Obama over Mitt Romney. So in a way the strong Latina woman vote for President

 

Latino votes a call for immigration reform

Tallahassee Democrat

Obama won an estimated 75 percent of Latino votes — up from President Bill Clinton's previous record of 72 percent in 1996, said Gary Segura, a political scientist at Stanford University

 

Heidi Heitkamp Election Results: Democrat Defeats Rick Berg In North Dakota ...
Huffington Post
ImpreMedia-Latino Decisions found that a record proportion of Latinos, 75 percent, supported President Barack Obama, while only 23 percent voted for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who conceded the election after losing the electoral college by ...

 

Did Polling Only in English Distort Key Polls?
The Atlantic
"We have asked [Rasmussen and Public Policy Polling] repeatedly if they polled in Spanish and they have never provided us with any data or an answer that suggests they do," said Barreto 

 

Latinos crucial in many races on Election Day

Press-Enterprise

They voted for Obama by a 75 to 23 percent margin, according to estimates by the research firm Latino Decisions. Latino Decisions uses techniques, such as Spanish-language interviews 

 

Gutierrez to Republicans: Take Note

NBC Chicago

President Obama received 75 percent of the Latino vote, according to impreMedia/Latino Decisions exit polls, thus obtaining the highest number of Latino voters; President Clinton

 

Election 2012: Ben Jealous, Laura Flanders on Obama's 2nd Term & the Future

Democracy Now

AMY GOODMAN: An impreMedia-Latino Decisions poll released on Tuesday, as an alternative to the exit polls, found that President Obama had won 75 percent of Latino voters nationwide 

 

Youth And Latino Votes Swing 2012 Election In Obama's Favor

Neon Tommy

During its Election Eve poll Monday, Latino Decisions reached 5,600 Latino voters to find out what would drive them to the polls Tuesday. In total, about 75 percent Latino voters came out 

 

Election outcome shows Hispanic influence growing in Nevada, U.S.

Las Vegas Sun

“For the first time, it can be plausibly said that Latinos were decisive in deciding the popular vote,” said Gary Segura a Latino Decisions pollster, adding that if Romney had managed to win 

 

Latino vote credited for role in Obama's re-election

VOXXI

In Colorado, the Latino vote went for Obama three to one. In Arizona, Hispanics voted for Obama 77 percent to 22 percent for Romney. In New Mexico, Obama carried the Latino vote 

 

Comment: Obama victory shows why politicians must embrace multiculturalism

Politics.co.uk

An average of the final eight national US polls showed him ahead among Latinos by a margin of 48-points (70% to 22%). A Latino Decisions tracking poll on Monday showed him enjoying a

 

Utah Legislature's Hispanic delegation grows by one

Salt Lake Tribune

Nationally, Democrats have been reaping the rewards among Latinos and exit polling done by Latino Decisions showed President Barack Obama picking up 75 percent of that vote compared

 

After Romney loss, GOP soul searching begins

CBS News

"Immigration has caused the Republican Party to leave votes on the table," Gary Segura of Latino Decisions said Wednesday. Pointing to the president's margin of victory, he argued that

 

Opinion: 2012 will forever be the year Latinos showed up

NBC Latino

Last night, Latino voters basically confirmed what I have been saying since the election cycle began: Don't underestimate them, and if you want to earn their vote, you better understand 

 

Latino voters help propel Obama to victory

Financial Times

His executive order granting a reprieve to young, undocumented immigrants facing deportation moved immigration up the agenda for Latino voters, according to a Latino Decisions poll 

 

Poll: Latino Vote Devastated GOP Even Worse Than Exits Showed ...

TPM News

Mitt Romney lost Latinos by unprecedented margins — even worse than the initial exit polls showed — according to a study by Latino Decisions.

 

Obama Victory Exposes GOP Latino Vote Problem

CBS Miami
Polling of Latino voters released by Latino Decisions the night before the election said President Obama was likely to receive more than 70 percent of the Latino vote nationwide

 

Final impreMedia-Latino Decisions Tracking Poll ... - Yahoo! Finance

Yahoo! News

impreMedia & Latino Decisions today released the last in a series of 11 weekly tracking polls with results suggesting President Obama is ...

 

We voted - now let's get to work,say Latinos after historic vote for Obama

NBC Latino

Just over 10 percent of the nation's voters were Hispanic. Moreover, President Obama received 75 percent of the Latino vote, according to impreMedia/Latino Decisions exit polls, thus

 

Election 2012: Immigration a top issue among Hispanics

El Paso Times

The national survey conducted by ImpreMedia-Latino Decisions, an opinion research analyst agency, said one in three Hispanics know someone who was an undocumented worker, making

 

After Romney loss, GOP soul searching begins

CBS News

"Immigration has caused the Republican Party to leave votes on the table," Gary Segura of Latino Decisions said Wednesday. Pointing to the president's margin of victory, he argued that

 

Obama Made Gains Among Latino, Black Voters

NPR News

For more on these demographics, Renee Montagne and Steve Inskeep speak with Gabriel Sanchez of Latino Decisions and Jason Johnson of The Source.

 

How Nevada Latino and new citizen voters influenced the 2012

FoxReno.com

Newly-released election-eve polling from impreMedia and Latino Decisions -- which surveyed Latino voters nationally and in eleven states, including Nevada -- shows how the candidates'

  

The GOP's demographic problem

Los Angeles Times

Latinos turned out at the polls and voted for President Obama at a historic rate. At least one election eve report by the Latino Decisions blog indicates that Obama won 75% of that voting

  

Latino Vote Key to Obama Victory

Daily Beast

According to initial exit polls, Obama won 71 percent of the Latino vote, although a later survey by pollsters Latino Decisions found that Obama won by a 75-to-23 margin. Florida Sen. Marco

  

How black, Latino and Asian American voters delivered Obama's victory

89.3 KPCC (blog)

Pollster Matt Barreto of the Latino Decisions firm has closely tracked the attitudes of Latino voters in the runup to the election. The firm has calculated that 75 percent of Latino voters 

 

Presidential Election 2012 - Voters Breakdown: How Women, Latinos, African ...

Latin Times

According to Latino Decisions, 75 percent of Latinos nationwide voted for Obama. "Romney suffered from both an outreach problem to Latino voters as well as a policy agenda that just did 

 

Latino Vote: The road to the White House goes through the Latino community

VOXXI

Today every pundit in America is expressing what LULAC has known for years—that a candidate must win a substantial share of the Latino vote in order to have a chance at winning

  

Obama's big Hispanic win worries GOP

NBC Latino

A survey of Hispanic voters by the firm Latino Decisions found that Hispanics gave Obama his winning margin in Colorado, Florida and Nevada, swing states where they turned out in

  

Obama's Re-Election Sets Record for Support From Latino Voters

The Nation

The electoral support that the president received, according to the impreMedia/Latino Decisions election eve poll, surpassed what polls even just days before the election indicated.

  

Election Winners and Losers

Beyond Chron

Although nobody receiving regular updates from Latino Decisions was surprised by the powerful pro-Obama Latino turnout, the highly-paid television pundits seemed stunned to realize that

  

The winds of 2016? Marco Rubio headed to Iowa

NBC Latino

With 75 percent of Latinos supporting President Obama's re-election, according to Latino Decisions, the Hispanic electorate will be a major focus for a changing Republican Party

  

Re: Immigration & Delusion

National Review Online

The best evidence available on Hispanic public opinion, a big election even poll from Latino Decisions and ImpreMedia, makes it clear that this is just a fairly liberal voting block.

 

How the GOP's War on Voting Backfired

The Nation

“That's an extremely reasonable theory to be operating from,” says Matt Barreto, co-founder of Latino Decisions, a Latino-focused polling and research firm. “There were huge organizing

  

Latinos deliver for Obama; now they want something

Macon Telegraph

There's no question that Republicans lost votes because of their hard-line stance, said Gary Segura, a Stanford University political science professor who runs Latino Decisions polling.

 

Latinos Are Primed and Ready for Immigration Reform
National Journal
“Curiously, both political parties have regularly gotten this wrong, believing you can separate immigration from the Latino vote,” said Gary Segura, who runs the Hispanic opinion research

 

Opinion: Hispanics believe Obama would do better than Romney on the ...
NBC Latino
Beyond not blaming the President for the economic downturn, Latinos are also more supportive of his vision of economic recovery. In a Univision/ABC/Latino Decisions poll from earlier this

  

Obama claims coveted Latino support
San Antonio Express
Immigration, education and health care are listed as the most important issues — along with job creation — for Latino voters, according to a national poll conducted by Latino Decisions, a

 

Texan Latinos changing the state from red to blue
NBC Latino
As Manzano points out, an impreMedia/Latino Decisions poll found 59 percent of Texan Latinos said they were more enthusiastic about voting for President Obama after he granted deferred

 

Heather Mac Donald and Matt Yglesias on Latino Voters
National Review Online (blog)
John McCain got a scant 31 percent of the Latino vote despite a long record of pro-immigration policies. The best evidence available on Hispanic public opinion, a big election even poll from

  

Experts say Arizona's Latino voters are now a force to be reckoned with
Cronkite News
The two most important issues to Latino voters in Arizona were immigration and the economy, according to Latino Decisions, a political opinion research firm. The Census Bureau said there

  

The American Electorate Has Changed, and There's No Turning Back
National Journal
“That 28 percent [minority-vote share of the electorate] will be 31 percent probably in 2016, and then it will be 34,” notes Matt Barreto, a founder of Latino Decisions, a polling firm that

  

Where Karl Rove was right
Reuters Blogs (blog)
An election eve ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions poll found that, at 53 percent, job creation and the economy was the most important issue for Latino voters, followed by immigration at 35 percent

 

Morning Examiner: The status quo, only worse
Washington Examiner
Mother Jones' Kevin Drum predicts four more years of trench warfare. Talking Points Memo promotes a poll by Latino Decisions showing that Romney lost among Latinos by even large

 

2012 Election Results: Latinos' Role on Election Day Driven by Immigration ...
Latinos Post
The GOP got hammered in the polls Tuesday by the Hispanic vote, with Obama capturing an estimated record number of Latino voters-75 percent of the Hispanic voters, according to polling

 

The Return of the Obama Coalition
Center For American Progress
A Latino Decisions election eve poll, which corrects for these sampling problems, found Latino support for Obama at 75 percent nationally and also found his Latino support substantially

 

Why some polls got the Latino vote wrong
By Sandra Lilley, NBC Latino
“They completely missed the Latino vote; they got it all wrong,” says Latino Decisions' and University of Washington political scientist Matt Barreto. “It makes me mad when people who

 

The Latino Vote and the Future of Immigration Reform
By immigrationprof
For months leading up to the election, polling by Latino Decisions has shown that Latino voters care deeply about how the candidates talked about immigration reform, and the President

 

Noorani: Washington must address immigration

KCRA.com

According to the polling by Latino Decisions, Hispanic voters nationally and across every battleground state swung heavily to Democrats. And it wasn't even close. Nationwide, the

 

Immigration reform returns to fore

Charleston Gazette

Those figures were in line with a 75-23 margin in an election eve poll by Latino Decisions of 5,600 Latino voters across all 50 states. If Romney had picked up even 35 percent of the Latino

 

Presidential Election Results 2012: Latino Voters Mark Unprecedented Turnout ...
Latinos Post
According to results by an ImpreMedia-Latino Decisions Election Eve Poll, a record-breaking 75 percent of Latinos nationwide voted for Obama. The poll's results, which were released on

 

Women of Color Won the Election for Obama-- And They Protected Reproductive ...
New America Media (blog)
Yet, polling from NLIRH, in partnership with Lake Research Partners, shows that Latinos and Latinas don't want politicians interfering with a woman's right to make decisions. In the poll,

 

Poll shows Obama won 77 percent of state's Hispanic vote
Las Cruces Sun-News
Perhaps most significant, the poll found that Obama's dominance among Hispanic voters was the largest in the recorded history of New Mexico presidential politics, said Gabe Sanchez

 

Latino vote sealed Sen. Nelson win
Gasparilla Gazette
In this election, Latino voters supported Obama over presidential challenger Mitt Romney 58 percent to 40 percent in Florida. A survey by impreMedia and Latino Decisions found the

 

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar commended for saving the Colorado River
NBC Latino
A recent Latino Decisions poll showed that 70 percent of those surveyed favor a plan requiring oil companies to complete successful research of oil shale technologies, and its potential impact

 

USHCC Congratulates President Obama for Historic Re-Election Victory
MarketWatch
According to an impreMedia-Latino Decisions poll released Tuesday, President Obama won 75 percent of Hispanic voters nationwide. High levels of support from this community enabled him

 

Supreme Court to consider striking part of Voting Rights Act
Los Angeles Times
The judges said the GOP plan undercut the voting power of the state's growing Latino population. Civil rights lawyers cited these recent decisions as evidence that the law was still

 

Poll: Cuban-American Vote Moving Democratic
CBS Local
And a Latino Decisions national poll released the day before the election pegged Latino support for Obama at roughly 71 percent. While 2012 may be an anomaly, Latino voters have been

 

Hot Topics Recap: Election 2012
MarketWatch
impreMedia and Latino Decisions Announce Election Eve Poll of Latino Voters

 

10 ways to stay engaged in politics after the election
NBC Latino
While the excitement is still in the air, let's not forget that participating in the decisions that affect our daily lives is key to increasing the collective power of our community… but, as President

 

IMPACT OF LATINO VOTERS IS GROWING
U-T San Diego
Gary Segura, a political-science professor at Stanford University and co-founder of Latino Decisions, said if Romney had garnered as much support from Latinos as John McCain or

 

Editorial: Texas Democrats still aren't competitive
Dallas Morning News
Texas' Latino voters backed President Barack Obama over Gov. Mitt Romney 70 percent to 29 percent, according to Latino Decisions polling. Likewise, Sadler got 65 percent of Hispanics'

 

America Is California
NBC San Diego (blog)
According to a survey of Hispanic voters by Latino Decisions, Latinos supplied the winning margin for President Obama in the swing states of Colorado, Florida and Nevada. Despite the

 

Poll: Latino vote won NM for Obama
El Paso Times
Perhaps most significant, the poll found that Obama's dominance among Hispanic voters was the largest in the recorded history of New Mexico presidential politics, said Gabe Sanchez,

 

Entries tagged 'latino decisions' at Multi-American | 89.3 KPCC
So argues Stanford University political scientist Gary Segura today in a piece on the Latino Decisions website; the polling firm, in which he is a principal, has ...

 

Both Parties Must Lead on Immigration

CNN

According to the polling by Latino Decisions, Hispanic voters nationally and across every battleground state swung heavily to Democrats. And it wasn't even close. Nationwide, the

 

Poll shows Obama won 77 percent of state's Hispanic vote

Las Cruces Sun-News

The same percentage of Hispanics voted for U.S. Sen.-elect Martin Heinrich, also a Democrat, according to the election-eve poll by Research for Latino Decisions. The company calls itself the

 

Sean Hannity, John Boehner say GOP should tackle immigration reform

Yahoo News

Like other groups, most Latino voters say they care most about jobs and the economy, but 35 percent of them listed immigration reform as their top issue in a Latino Decisions poll

 

USHCC Congratulates President Obama for Historic Re-Election Victory

Yahoo News

According to an impreMedia-Latino Decisions poll released Tuesday, President Obama won 75 percent of Hispanic voters nationwide. High levels of support from this community enabled him

 

Republicans eye immigration reform to woo Latinos
azcentral.com
It also shows how Mitt Romney's decision to follow the strident immigration-enforcement strategy set forth by Arizona Republicans such as Gov. Jan Brewer and Maricopa County

 

Sleeping Giant Stirs As Latino Voters Win For Obama
Santa Monica Mirror
Added Matt Barrero of the University of Washington and the Latino Decisions polling outfit, “Pollsters missed a component of the correct proportion of Spanish interviews. They completely

 

Immigration stance may put Rubio on GOP's short list
USA TODAY
The data is based on polls by Latino Decisions, a political opinion research firm that Segura co-founded. Segura doesn't think Latinos will be voting for Republicans in droves any time soon.

 

The economy and Latino voters
VOXXI
In Nevada, where Latinos make up an estimated 15% of the electorate, an impreMedia/Latino Decisions election eve poll of Latino voters found that 80% planned to vote for Obama. In this

 

Nov 11 - 17, 2012

 

Colorado: Post-election poll analyzes Latino vote
Summit County Citizens Voice
The candidates' positions on immigration and other issues important to the Latino community were crucial helping Obama win in Colorado, according to data from impreMedia and Latino

 

Obama lands Hispanic vote in New Mexico
Deming Headlight
elect Martin Heinrich, also a Democrat, according to the election-eve poll by Latino Decisions. The company calls itself the country's leading Latino opinion research firm. Obama defeated

 

Latinos in Arizona make gains at the state legislature
VOXXI
Although Latinos in Arizona lost key battles in this year's elections, they made significant gains at the state legislature where important decisions are made that could affect the state's growing

 

Politics 2012: A status quo government?
UPI.com
A pre-election poll found Latino and new citizen voters were putting their stamp on politics around the country. The America's Voice poll, conducted by impreMedia and Latino Decisions

 

Growing Latino vote big problem for GOP
Salt Lake Tribune
According to Latino Decisions, the Latino electorate accounted for 8 percent of the vote in 2004, 9 percent in 2008 and 10 percent this year. The growth is largely in the West, with states like

 

Mitt Romney Latino Loss Shows Republicans 'Have Been Their Own Worst Enemy'
Huffington Post
Part of the problem is that many conservative candidates lack understanding of Latino voters, said Gary Segura, a Stanford University political scientist and co-founder of the polling firm

 

Did Little Havana Just Go Blue? — The Monkey Cage
By John Sides, The Monkey Cage Blog
Recent strides have been made, however, through the work of groups like Latino Decisions who sample states with large Latino populations by telephone. In stark contrast to the National Exit

 

The Grand Anglo Party

New York Daily News

A Latino Decisions election eve poll, which corrects for these sampling problems, estimated Latino support for Obama in Colorado at 87%. The second is Nevada, where the Hispanic share

  

A Sleeping Giant No Longer
Huffington Post (blog)
For the second straight presidential election, Latino voters have sent a clear message to the president to get moving on taxes, jobs and comprehensive immigration reform. According to

 

How Latinos voted in Texas
Houston Chronicle (blog)
Gary Segura and Matt Barreto of Latino Decisions webinar presentation today focused on the key insights generated from the ImpreMedia-Latino Decisions Election Eve Poll. The survey

 

The Latino Vote: The Way Forward
Fox News
With 75 percent of Hispanics voting for Obama, according to Latino Decisions study, they accounted for about 15 percent of Obama's total nationally – and substantially more in swing

 

Newly-Elected Texas Senator Is Absolutely Terrified About His State Going Blue
Business Insider
Sylvia Manzano, an analyst at the polling firm Latino Decisions, said that Texas could be in play by as early as 2016 — if Democrats are willing to work for it and its steadily growing Latino

  

NJ Supreme Court must uphold fair housing: Opinion
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)
Township of Mount Laurel. The court should reaffirm the Mount Laurel decision and uphold the state's commitment to equal opportunity. The original Mount Laurel case was brought by a group

 

Latino Voters' Election Day Statement: 'Give My Parents Papers'
ColorLines magazine
A Latino Decisions poll conducted on Election Eve showed that Latino voters rank concerns about the economy and jobs as their chief concerns about the country. But immigration is the

 

The GOP is no party for blacks, Latinos and gays
Washington Post (blog)
An ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions 2012 Latino Election Eve Poll surveyed Hispanic voters in 11 states. When asked if they would be “more likely” or “less likely” to vote GOP “if the

 

On immigration reform, voters were loud and clear
NBC Latino, by Sandra Lilley
In a pre-election impreMedia/Latino Decisions poll, immigration reform was the second most important topic to Latino registered voters, after jobs and the economy. Moreover, 57 percent of

 

Will Identity Politics work for the GOP wooing Hispanics in Texas?

Dallas Morning News

Nationally, exit polls say that Mitt Romney got only 27 percent of the Latino vote. In Texas, a Latino Decisions survey indicates he got just 29 percent (compare that with George W. Bush

 

President Obama's 77% share of Hispanic vote in New Mexico is record

Las Cruces Sun-News

The same percentage of Hispanics voted for U.S. Sen.-elect Martin Heinrich, also a Democrat, according to the election-eve poll by Latino Decisions. The company calls itself the country's

 

Latino Voters' Election Day Statement: 'Give My Parents Papers'

Colorlines

It was his largest gain among Latino voters anywhere in the country. A Latino Decisions poll conducted on Election Eve showed that Latino voters rank concerns about the economy and jobs

 

Se acabó la elección. ¿Y ahora?
Huffington Post
Sin embargo, tanto Demócratas como Republicanos tienen que afrontar el hecho de que el voto Latino es ahora crucial para definir una elección nacional, como lo demuestra el análisis de Gary

 

Sorry, Democrats — You're Not Going To Turn Texas Blue Anytime Soon
Business Insider
There were no exit polls taken in Texas this election, but an "Election Eve" poll from the firm Latino Decisions found that Latinos in Texas had split their vote 70-29 in favor of Obama.

 

Romney se autodeportó de la Casa Blanca
Huffington Post (blog)
La encuesta de Latino Decisions-ImpreMedia y el desglose de sondeos a boca de urna del Centro Hispano Pew, confirman la aseveración de Navarro, los hispanos no deglutieron entera la

 

The Election, the Buckeye State and Latinos by a Buckeye State Latino
Huffington Post
In the Buckeye State, 82 percent of Latino voters backed the president, which contributed +1 percent to the President's vote total, according to Latino Decisions' calculations. Without that +1

 

So What Do We Do Now? Latinos and the 2nd Obama Administration
The Venture
As Latino advocates consider what to do next, it would behoove us to step back, take a hard look at the current landscape, and make some strategic, intentional decisions about where we allocate

 

Again we ask, When will Az Latino voters flex political muscle? | Analysis
TucsonSentinel.com
Still, according to the Nov. 1-5 impreMedia-Latino Decisions survey of 400 Arizona Latinos, 58 percent of Latino voters said they didn't believe Romney cares about Latino issues – and 18

  

Republicans Rethink Immigration Reform After Romney Loses Latino Vote ...
Huffington Post
He only won 35 percent of the Latino vote in Texas, according to a Latino Decisions survey. His vocal opposition to the ...

 

Did Ted Cruz do better in Latino areas than other Republicans?
Houston Chronicle (blog)
The Latino Decisions poll of Texas only asked about the Presidential race and Democrats in general, so it's of no help here. Be that as it may, we can approach this question by comparing

 

Race or politics? Trial on county redistricting gets underway
Houston Chronicle
Lawyers for Hispanic activists suing Harris County over its redistricting plan for commissioners' precincts, which they say illegally dilutes Latino votes, argued Tuesday that Latinos and whites

 

Analysis: Why the GOP Should Deal With Immigration
ABC News
Sixty percent of Latino voters say they know a friend, relative, or co-worker who is undocumented, and thus face the threat of deportation, according to an election eve poll

 

Polling Latinos for business opportunities
Marketplace.org
Gary Segura, with the polling firm Latino Decisions, says TV producers have overlooked the Latino audience for English-language shows. “Currently, right now, there's no show where

 

Analysis: How Bill O'Reilly Gets it Wrong
ABC News
... by Stanford professor and Latino Decisions pollster Gary Segura in the Congressional Quarterly Press. Only about 60 percent of whites, blacks and Asian Americans agreed with the

 

Daily Kos: Obama's Re-election Sets Record Support for Latino Voters
Electoral support that the president received, according to the impreMedia/Latino Decisions election eve poll, surpassed what polls even just days before the election indicated. The last

 

Por fin, Latinos have finally put the Sleeping Giant to bed
Latina Lista: The Smart News Source
... Center analysis — it was still enough to give President Obama the winning edge and marked, for the first time, a legitimate claim to being the single decisive factor in Obama's win, as

 

Julieette Kayyem The GOP's 'Hispanic problem'
Boston Globe
But since last week's rude introduction to demographic reality — only 23 percent of Hispanics voted for Mitt Romney, according to a comprehensive poll by the group Latino Decisions

 

Senator Menendez Calls for Immigration Reform
ABC News
Menendez and political opinion research firm Latino Decisions founder Matt Barreto, who also spoke on Wednesday, pointed out that many Latinos know people who have been deported or are

 

Arizona Latinos Frustrated by Slow Ballot Count
ABC News
But according to Matt Barreto of political opinion research firm Latino Decisions, there was actually an increase in Latino voter turnout in Arizona this election. He said the number of white

 

Latino Electorate Will Nearly Double In 20 Years, Pew Report Says
By The Huffington Post News Editors
A few weeks before the election, Sylvia Manzano, a senior analyst at Latino Decisions, an independent polling firm, projected that Romney would not be able to win unless he somehow

 

Senator Menendez Calls for Immigration Reform

ABC News

Menendez and political opinion research firm Latino Decisions founder Matt Barreto, who also spoke on Wednesday, pointed out that many Latinos know people who have been deported or are

 

Menendez to Discuss the 2012 Hispanic Vote, Stream Live

Hispanic Business

"For months leading up to the election, polling by Latino Decisions has shown that Latino voters care deeply about how the candidates talked about immigration reform, and the President himself

 

Sen. Robert Menendez: Senate will be catalyst for immigration reform

VOXXI

According to Latino Decisions, surveys showed that not many Latinos would favor a reform package that does not offer a pathway to citizenship. On his end, Robert  Menendez outlined

 

How Latinos Are Transforming the Electoral Map
PBS NewsHour (blog)
Polling organization Latino Decisions estimates that Obama earned 75 percent of the Hispanic vote.

 

Florida 2012 Pre-Election Polls Misrepresented The Latino Vote, New Report ...
Latinos Post
A new article released by Latino Decisions found that pre-election polls in Florida misrepresented the Latino vote and overall failed to take several factors into account for their

 

Battleground States Go Blue Thanks to Multiracial Coalitions that Supported ...
Center For American Progress
According to various polls conducted by the NAACP, National CAPCD, and Latino Decisions, Latinos, African Americans, and Asian Americans—along with the rest of the American

 

Mitt Romney's Latino 'Gifts' Comments: Hispanics React On Twitter
Huffington Post
The GOP failed to convince Latino voters that Obama was responsible for the poor state of the economy, according to Matt Baretto of Latino Decisions. Instead, Latino voters viewed the

 

The Hispanic vote in 2012 and beyond
VOXXI
For example, in a Latino Decisions/ImpreMedia poll of Hispanic voters on the eve of election night, when asked, “Thinking about the 2012 election, what are the most important issues facing

 

Latino voter turnout: key to Obama victory and theme for priorities?
The Pilot
Polling of likely Latino voters by Impremedia and Latino Decisions, conducted in the final days before the election in 11 states, predicted outcomes similar to the exit polling, but in some cases

 

Latino Vote Doubles in 2030: As Many as 40 Million Hispanic Voters Could be ...
Latinos Post
And the heavy Latino turnout-which favored President Barack Obama by a record 75 percent, according to Hispanic voting data poll center Latinos Decisions-played a huge factor in President

 

The amnesty fantasy
Politico
Latinos tend to have liberal attitudes toward government. Take health care. An ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions poll of Latinos conducted on the eve of the election found that 61

 

The GOP's Hispanic Problem Is Bigger Than They Think
Businessweek (blog)
Most concluded that their party's hostility toward Latinos—one of the country's fastest-growing demographic groups and one Mitt Romney lost 75-23, according to an exit poll conducted by

 

"Improved" NV prospects for immigration reform
FoxReno.com
The impreMedia Latino Decisions poll found that 68 percent of Nevada Latinos believe Obama truly cares about their community. The same poll found that only 17 percent of Nevada Latinos

 

Latinos: integral to the winning electoral coalition
People's World
But immigration is a litmus test for many Latino voters - and for good reason. Sixty percent of those polled by impreMedia and Latino Decisions said they knew an undocumented immigrant.

 

Latino Voters Shake Up Florida Elections
WFSU
Says Smith. Only two central Florida counties, Osceola and Orange, went for President Barack Obama. But throughout the state, Obama carried 75 percent of the Latino vote according to the

 

Florida, Cuban voters, the media and what went wrong
Crowley Political Report
Reinhard also reported that a “Latino Decisions poll in Florida on the eve of the election found Obama's support among Cuban-Americans unchanged from 2008. That year Obama got 35

 

The GOP's Hispanic Problem Is Bigger Than They Think

Business Week

Most concluded that their party's hostility toward Latinos-one of the country's fastest-growing demographic groups and one Mitt Romney lost 75-23, according to an exit poll conducted by

 

New York Post

Latinos tend to have liberal attitudes toward government. Take health care. An ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions poll of Latinos conducted on the eve of the election found that 61

 

Nov 18 - 30, 2012

GOP starts to evolve on immigration reform

Miami Herald

But since Election Day's rude introduction to demographic reality - only 23 percent of Hispanics voted for Mitt Romney, according to a comprehensive poll by the group Latino Decisions -

 

Can the GOP bring more Latinos to the party?
North County Times (blog)
The poll, conducted by the research groups ImpreMedia and Latino Decisions, surveyed 5,600 Latinos who already cast their ballots or planned to do so the next day. It also found that one in

 

Opinion: Adios, Mitt - NBC Latino
NBC Latino, Raul A. Reyes
Nothing could be further from the truth; polling by Latino Decisions shows that Hispanics were engaged on issues ranging from immigration to education. Romney's own campaign could be

 

Latino role in election to fuel new immigration reform push - Los ...
Los Angeles Times

Surveys by Latino Decisions and other polling firms have shown that immigration is a make-or-break issue for many Latino voters, including Puerto Ricans and ...

 

Rove's plan won't work: Don't count on Latino social conservatism
Salon
First of all, being religious doesn't mean you vote according to the dictates of your church, and Latino voters have consistently told pollsters that they don't. Last December, a Latino Decisions

 

In Washington, the Latino vote rises in importance
Seattle Post Intelligencer
"Without these two growing minority electorates, Inslee would not have been able to win," said Barreto, a University of Washington professor and director of polling outfit Latino Decisions.

 

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez says Latino Voters Made Difference.
PolitiFact.com

The senator's claim is based on a recent study by Latino Decisions, in which it analyzed the results of a nationwide poll of Latinos conducted in the days leading ...

 

Immigration Reform 2012: Top Priority for US Latinos; What They Want

Latin Times

According to Latino Decisions' Gary Segura, Latinos want meaningful adjustment of status with a path to citizenship, reasonable, but not excessive, prerequisites to status adjustment and more

 

GOP's uncomfortable truth on expanding its base

Miami Herald

The latest polling by Pew Research and by Latino Decisions confirms that Hispanics of all ages, but particularly younger Latinos and Hispanic women, are more liberal than the general

 

What Latinos Want in an Immigration Reform Bill
Beyond Chron
For both Latinos and Asian Americans, immigration looms large as an impediment to GOP improvement in these communities. This reality—long denied by both parties—has become

 

This Week's Immigration Proposals:
New America Media
The public overwhelmingly disagrees on that point, apparently, or doesn't care, as polling by Latino Decisions indicates that DACA is enormously popular because it reflects the widely held

 

Latino blessing the 2012 election
Washington Post (blog)
At meetings to raise money or solve problems of maintenance, people use rules of order, keep minutes, elect leaders, and make many decisions by democratic voting procedures. Applied to

 

Obama's Re-Election Sets Record for Support From Latino Voters | The Nation

The Nation

The electoral support that the president received, according to the impreMedia/Latino Decisions election eve poll, surpassed what polls even just days before the election indicated. The last

 

Republicans' imitation immigration reform

USA Today

The Dream Act remains a popular and effective way to help undocumented young people. Last year, Latino Decisions found that 84% of Hispanics and 58%t of all voters support the Dream

 

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'