HISPANIC VOTERS MOVE THE NEEDLE
Written by Peter Boykin on March 20, 2022
Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist
It looks like Hispanic voters have had enough of the lies and promises of the Democrat party. A Wall Street Journal found that Hispanic voters now prefer Republican candidates by a huge margin.
Back up: For the past two decades, Democrat strategists have predicted that shifting demographics in the United States [a growing Hispanic and shrinking White population] would deliver them an unbeatable voting coalition that would allow them to govern for decades.
The poll: WSJ brought together both a Democrat and a GOP pollster to do this survey to avoid bias. It found that:
By 9 points, Hispanic voters would choose a Republican candidate for Congress over a Democrat.
When they did this same poll back in November, the parties were tied.
This continues a trend that began with Donald Trump. Trump received 28% of the Hispanic vote in 2016 and grew that support to 38% in 2020.
In Texas’ Republican primary elections held last month, there was a 25% surge in turnout for GOP candidates across South Texas, a longtime Democrat stronghold dominated by Hispanic voters.
Real talk: As Democrats often do, they paint with broad strokes and take their voters for granted. Dems assumed they’d be down for their radical gender ideologies. They assumed they’d be down for their radical open border policies. They forgot that Hispanic voters, just like White voters, care most about a stable economy and keeping their communities safe – two areas where Democrats have failed miserably.
[Source: WSJ, Axios, Waking Up Right]
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