Additional Research

Obama Is Below 50 Percent on Two Key Measures

November 8, 2011

Resurgent Republic conducted a survey of 1000 American voters October 30 through November 2, 2011, with full results available here. Following are key highlights pertaining to President Obama’s standing among Hispanic voters:

As shown in Resurgent Republic's September surveys in Florida, Colorado, and New Mexico, Obama is underperforming among Hispanic voters. While he carried the Hispanic vote by 67 to 31 percent in 2008, Obama is below 50 percent on two key reelection measures today. Fewer than half of Hispanic voters prefer Obama over a Republican alternative, 48 to 35 percent. Moreover, they split evenly on whether Obama deserves reelection: 47 percent deserves reelection, 47 percent time for someone else.

Read the full report: Voters Believe America Is Worse Off Than When Obama Took Office

Filed under: Hispanic Voters and Polling Analysis