Skip to comments.Trump Leads New Florida Poll and Holds Significant Lead With Latinos and Hispanics
Posted on 07/11/2016 3:06:48 PM PDT by detective
A new poll released from JMC Analytics in Florida (full pdf below) shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton 47% to 42%, and leading with Hispanic voters 49% to 36%.
Some (particularly MSM) pundits will find these results quite shocking however, we do not. Weve repeatedly pointed out that Latino voters in Florida are very familiar with strong Patrone male figures within their family. Trump represents a very familiar cultural voice for them.
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The only people who support him are the American people.
What is the difference between a Latino and a Hispanic?
Citizens of every background want the illegal alien inundation stopped.
The media want us to think all Latinos are for illegal aliens. They are not.
what does anyone know about JMC Analytics?
This is trash.
I wondered the same thing.
Hispanic used to mean people from the Iberian Peninsula, but now it has been stretched to anyone speaking Spanish.
Same for Latino, so why do they use both?
If memory serves, Latino is a person of origin from the Americas -— where Hispanics originated from Hispanola (discovered by Columbus) in the Caribbean (Island of Haiti and Domenican Republic) — I think.
“And just who, in the whole wide world, has heard of JMC Analytics?”
It is a reputable polling firm.
“The demographic breakdown of the respondents was 72-14-8-6% white/black/Hispanic/other, while the party registration of respondents was 42-39% Democratic/Republican (18% Independents).”
I think, technically, I'm Hispanic, since my grandfather was born in Spain. I'm not Latino, however - I think Latinos are those from Spanish-speaking America.
Would that make Puerot Ricans Hispanic?
Or maybe do they just want some hits by posting something we would like?
How comes it to be nobody every heard of them before?
Send me your credit card number.
Look how many different words we use interchangeably for all sorts of ethics. Some more socially acceptable than others.
In short, Hispanic focuses on Spanish-speaking origin. This means Spain is included, but Brazil is not because Brazilians speak Portuguese. Latino refers to people of Latin American origin. This includes Brazil and excludes Spain.
There are more of us than there are of them. this is only the beginning. By October it will look like Trump is running unopposed.
“What is the difference between a Latino and a Hispanic?”
In general usage the words are used interchangeably.
A Hispanic is a person who speaks Spanish.
A Latino(or Latina) is a person whose country of origin is in Latin America.
What is the difference between a Black and an African-American?
What is the difference between a white and a caucasian?
I know official databases where each of the above pairs makes no sense at all. There is no standard definition.
Does “Latino” include people from Suriname?
Their official language is Dutch.
The largest ethnic group there is East Indians.
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