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OBAMA CONTINUES TO UNDERPERFORM AMONG HISPANIC VOTERS IN FLORIDA

January 26, 2012
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Resurgent Republic conducted 500 interviews with Hispanic registered voters in Florida, with full results available below. The results show that President Obama continues to underperform among Florida Hispanic voters and has done little to bolster his standing among this critical swing state demographic since our September survey last year. His level of support on the presidential generic ballot is 11 points below his 2008 performance, which alone is enough to erase his three-point margin of victory over John McCain. This reality, combined with the challenges Obama faces among other key demographic groups (non-Hispanic Independents, young voters, and seniors), means the President is on the defensive in the Sunshine State.




Read the full report: Obama Continues to Underperform Among Hispanic Voters in Florida




 

Filed under: President Obama, Hispanic Voters, Polling Analysis, Obama Approval Rating, and 2012 Election