In 2012, Latino Voters will be a major force in deciding who will be the next President of the United States. Now, you can predict how this key demographic will vote, by interacting with the most recently available independent polling results through this brand new, interactive map from Latino Decisions and America’s Voice Education Fund.

Nominating Marco Rubio Likely Not a Game Changer for Romney in Florida

by LD Guest Blogger Casey Klofstad on 07/30/2012 As we get closer to the Republican National Convention in August in Tampa Bay, FL, speculation grows as to who Mitt Romney will nominate as his candidate for Vice President. Marco Rubio, Cuban American freshman U.S. Senator from Florida, has been a very visible member of the short list of potential nominees. [...]


NBC/WSJ/Telemundo Poll: Among Latinos, Obama Leads Romney 67% – 23%

This afternoon, NBC, the Wall Street Journal and Telemundo released its latest polling, which includes an oversampling of Latino voters. The President maintains a commanding lead. READ MORE »

Roundup: Reaction to Latino Decisions Poll on SB 1070 and the Presidential Election

Yesterday's webinar revealed the results from polling national latino voters, which included negative sentiments toward Arizona's SB 1070, unenthusiastic feelings about Mitt Romney regarding his views about SB 1070, and more trust in the democratic party when it comes to immigration. Here's what others in the media had to say about it. READ MORE »

New Latino Voter Poll Shows Challenges and Opportunities for Both Parties on Immigration

On a webinar today, experts from Latino Decisions and America’s Voice release the full and final results of a new national poll of Latino registered voters, revealing how these voters view the politics of immigration in light of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on SB 1070 and the President’s decision to stop the deportation of [...]


Poll: Latinos overwhelmingly oppose Supreme Court decision to uphold “show me your papers”

In polling data released today, Latino Decisions reports that Latino registered voters oppose the Supreme Court decision to uphold the controversial provision in Arizona’s SB1070 law that would require state and local police to check immigration status if they suspect a person they have stopped is an undocumented immigrant. READ MORE »