Skip to comments.Trump Winning Over Latinos (beats Cruz, Rubio, Yeb put together!)
Posted on 01/31/2016 9:36:48 AM PST by LS
Thirty eight percent favor Trump, followed by Cuban American Ted Cruz (15 percent), Jeb Bush (14 percent) and Cuban American Marco Rubio (8 percent), according to the national poll conducted by the Beck Research for the American Federation for Children.
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Heads spinning alert!
This poll is shocking.
Trump said he would get more Hispanic vote.
And HE IS?
This just shows everyone that Trump knows what he is talking about...
He doesn’t have to lie like some of the candidates...
Just let Trump be Trump and we will win this election!!!
...but in a pleasant way.
It shows that a significant minority of blacks and Latinos realize that the border issue HURTS them.
El Jefe, Donald Trump
Dems on suicide watch.
There is a very nefarious conventional wisdom that American Hispanics are big fans of illegal immigration.
Hispanics have more smarts than the Establishment gives them credit for.
A large sample size, 1100 likely voters. Great news for Trump fans.
“Cuban American Ted Cruz ...”
What? Ted Cruz is an American. Since birth.
I’ve been saying this for twenty years.
Who are the first one’s to lose jobs to the next wave?
Luis GutiÃ©rrez, (D) Illinois, just wet his pants.
You know what’s incredible about that.
Those figures are very close to the Republican support fo Trump.
These ARE Republican Latinos, but still. Pretty darned impressive.
Yea, Cruz’s father and mother cared so much about America that they had Cruz in Canada. His father cared so much for America he lived here on and off for 40 years before bothering to become a citizen.
38% of Latinos would give him the win.
Latinos traditionally like nationalist and socialist strong men, just sayin.
Yay! We can also join the hispandering and identity politics here on FR!
Celebrate the factionalization of the United States as long as “we” win.
And GOP Latinos are what percentage of Latinos as a whole?
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