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Poll: Hispanics Support Obama, DNC Party

 NEW YORK, NY - The findings of the Univision-AP Poll relating to Politics show that Hispanics still overwhelmingly support the Democratic Party and the majority think President Obama is doing a good job overall, but the once solid Hispanic support is now waning. On issues important to Hispanics, the President received tepid ratings. The study also found that:

 

·         70 percent of Hispanics surveyed are U.S. citizens.

·         In relation to Hispanic-related issues, only 41 percent of Spanish Dominant and 46 percent of English Dominant respondents believe the President is doing a good job.

·         Immigration is the #2 most important topic for those surveyed, behind concerns on the economy.

·    Some 59 percent said it is likely that a woman will be elected president sometime in the next two decades while just 29 percent thought it likely that an Hispanic will be elected president over that period. 

·    A significant percentage of Latinos - 41 percent - said they are more likely to vote for a candidate who is Hispanic.

 

For additional insights or to schedule an interview with Ceril Shagrin, EVP, Audience Measurement Innovation and Analytics for Univision Communications Inc., please contact: Rosemary Mercedes at 212-455-5335 or rmercedes@univision.net.

 

The Univsion-AP Poll is being released via a series of articles based on the findings. The series began with a story examining the diversity, views and experiences of Hispanics, followed by a story on the economy, and todayÂ’s piece on politics. Subsequent articles will follow focused on education, religion, media consumption and Hispanic identity.




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