Hispanic and Latino American politics

Hispanic And Latino American Politics

Hispanic and Latino American politics

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Hispanic and Latino Americans have received a growing share of the national vote in the United States by their growing number. They have traditionally been a Democratic constituency, in the main.

Hispanic/Latino Participation and Key Issues

Most Cuban-Americans and Venezuelan-Americans tend to support the Republican Party, while Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Dominican-Americans tend to support the Democratic Party. As the latter groups are far more numerous (Mexican Americans alone are 64% of Hispanics),

More than 9% of eligible voters nationwide are Latino. The majority support for Democratic candidates continues a pattern among Hispanic voters. As of December 2010, 65% of Latino voters were registered as Democrats and 22% Republican.

In the 2010 midterm elections, 60% of Hispanics voted Democrat, 38% Republican. In 2008 Hispanics supported Obama by 67% to 31%. In 2006, 69% of Latino voters supported Democratic candidates in congressional races, while 30% supported Republican candidates.

According to an October 2010 report by the Pew Hispanic Center, Hispanics rank education, jobs, and health care as their top three issues of concern. Immigration ranks as the fourth...
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