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Latino pollsters Matt Barreto, Gary Segura split from Latino Decisions, form their own firm. "We were ready to just go out on our own, presenting ourselves as a 100 percent Latino-owned firm,” says Barreto.

Democratic political analysts and strategists have been trying to understand the decisions of Latino voters as preliminary data appear to show diametrically opposed trends: Both Trump and Biden won big with Latino voters.

"No doubt Arizona Latinos got the job done. The state is turning blue for the first time in decades thanks to the work of many. ... Biden took 71% of the Latino vote, while President Trump took 26%, according to Latino Decisions’ exit polls."

Creyentes con Biden seeks to engage Latino voters from a faith perspective. “For so many Latinos in our country, they look to their faith when making key decisions.”

WEIGH IN: Latino voters: What issues are driving your election 2020 decisions? Which candidates are connecting best with you, and why? Tweet us or leave a voicemail at 877-869-8253.

66% of Latino voters said they support Joe Biden, 24% support President Trump and 10% are undecided, Latino Decisions poll finds.

A substantial group of Latino voters hold a favorable view of Present Trump according to a recent poll from Latino Decisions. by   @SamanthaJoRoth  #2020elections  #FloridaPrimary 

Arturo Vargas, CEO of NALEO, explains how ending the Census count early could affect the U.S. Latino community: “If your numbers are wrong, the distribution of political power, of money and your decisions are wrong.”

Arturo Vargas, CEO of NALEO, explains how ending the Census count early could affect the U.S. Latino community: “If your numbers are wrong, the distribution of political power, of money and your decisions are wrong.”

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Bernie Sanders is the top Democratic presidential candidate choice among Latino Democrats, according to recent polls by the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and Latino Decisions.

Bernie Sanders is the top Democratic presidential candidate choice among Latino Democrats, according to recent polls by the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and Latino Decisions.

@realDonaldTrump says: "I love Hispanic". But 87% of Latinos don't love him back and have a negative opinion of him. (Latino Decisions)

Fact: the vast majority of Latinos voted against Trump. He only got 29% (Edison Research) and maybe as low as 18% (Latino Decisions).

Oh man. New Latino Decisions poll of over 3,000 Latino registered voters: Clinton 70 Trump 19

87% of Hispanics have a negative opinion of @realDonaldTrump  (Latino Decisions) and without Latinos he can't win the White House.

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