Latino Voters in Key Battleground States Prefer Trump’s Immigration Stance Over Biden’s, According to New Poll


A recent poll conducted by Equis, a research firm focused on Latino interests, has revealed that Democrats have lost their edge over Republicans when it comes to how their immigration policies appeal to Latino voters. The poll, conducted in battleground states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, found that more Latinos trust Republicans and former President Donald Trump than President Joe Biden and Democrats on their handling of immigration issues.

According to the poll, 41% of Latinos have more confidence in Trump regarding his handling of the border than 38% who said they trusted Democrats and Biden. The distribution of support among Latinos is similar to that of non-Hispanic Americans, with 49% trusting the GOP and 34% siding with Democrats.

The poll also found that a significant majority of registered Latinos in battleground states are concerned with Biden and Democrats breaking their promises on immigration policy, with 72% expressing concern. In contrast, 64% were worried about Trump and the GOP’s “extreme measures” when addressing the border.

The surge in migrants coming across the Mexico border is a major concern for the majority of Latinos, with 74% disapproving of the U.S. government’s handling of the migrant crisis at the southern border.

However, Biden still has an advantage over Trump among Latino voters as a whole, beating him in a head-to-head matchup by 59% to 39%. Biden’s support drops once introducing third party candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Biden’s support among Latino voters drops to 47%, and Trump falls to 34%.

Elaine Mallon
Elaine Mallon
Breaking news reporter.

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