Hispanic Americans, more than white and black Americans, are the most convinced by campaign rhetoric that denounces illegal immigration to the United States and the “defund the police” movement, a new survey finds.
New York Times columnist Thomas Edsall noted five issues facing Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign — one of which is President Trump’s support among Hispanic Americans.
Fifteen focus groups of Hispanic Americans and polls of white and black Americans, conducted by Ian Haney López and Tory Gavito, reveal that Hispanic Americans are the most convinced by campaign rhetoric that opposes illegal immigration and defunding local police departments. . .
The results come months after a Washington Post survey found that some 70 percent of Hispanic Americans opposed pausing all immigration to the U.S. in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis — more than any other racial demographic group.
López and Gavito’s research found that voter registrations among non-college-educated white Americans, Trump’s base of support, are up 46 percent in the vital swing states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Another study showing the obvious: Americans who are Latino don't like progressives' divide-and-rule identity politics.
They want what Americans want; politicians to help them & their kids get decent wages, cut crime, etc.
Advantge: Trump's populist GOPhttps://t.co/dFjYcQoeuG
— Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) September 19, 2020
(Read more from “Survey Reveals Hispanics Are Most Opposed to Illegal Immigration” HERE)