In yet more unwelcome news for the Democrats, former President Donald Trump is making rapid inroads amongst Hispanic voters, much to the dismay of open borders advocates.
Seems such advocates forget that multiple other immigrants underwent a yearslong, rigorous, and expensive immigration process, which means that they are not terribly endeared to migrants having everything handed to them on silver platter.
Clearly, Trump resonates with Hispanic voters in some meaningful way, as evidenced by recent poll results reported in the media.
“Former President Donald Trump is gaining momentum among Hispanic voters, according to a recent Univision poll … Among Hispanic Republicans, Trump maintains a strong lead, with 50% responding they would vote for him in the GOP primary, the poll found. Meanwhile, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis follows in second place with 12%, and pharmaceutical businessman Vivek Ramaswamy trails behind at 9% …
Despite four federal indictments, Trump is dominating among Hispanic voters and stands at 36%, a four-point increase from when he left office in January 2021,” Fox News reported.
So, in other words, the indictments have helped, rather than hurt, Trump’s popularity.
Nice work, Dems!
The poll had been conducted by Univision, which bills itself as one of the largest voices for Hispanic voters.
García-Rios, who serves as the Director of Polling and Data at Univision Noticias, argues that the poll provides insight into “the complex and varied sentiments” of the modern-day Hispanic GOP voter.
“This first of its kind national poll demonstrates the wants and needs across the Hispanic community, and particularly an in-depth insight into the Republican Primary Hispanic Voter. This poll provides an opportunity to understand the complex and varied sentiments within the community across the country,” García-Rios proclaimed.
In other words, Hispanic voters are not a monolith for the Democrat Party’s taking, contrary to their incorrect beliefs.
And one group of Hispanic voters that is especially attuned to Trump’s message of making America great again includes the Cuban-Americans.
After all, the vast majority of Cuban-Americans are deeply opposed to socialism in all its forms, especially after fleeing from communist Cuba.
Given Trump’s uncompromising commitment to freedom in all areas of life, it is little wonder that the former president has deeply endeared himself to the Cuban community.
Fernand Amandi, who leads the Miami-based public opinion research firm Bendixen & Amandi, underscores the extent to which Trump enjoys massive Cuban support.
“Donald Trump is to the point where he could share a Cuban cafecito with Fidel Castro on Fifth Avenue and not lose any Cuban American supporters,” Amandi drawled.
Perhaps that is a bit of an exaggeration, but it does underscore the loyalty from Cuban-Americans that Trump can be sure to count on in 2024.
Not to mention the loyalty that he is enjoying in general, as evident from his massive lead in the polls, which he referenced as part of his reasoning for skipping the second formal GOP debate.
“I thought it was much more important, considering I have a 56-point lead, for me to be dealing with the UAW and the fact that the Biden Administration is going to destroy their jobs over the next two years by going all electric vehicle,” Trump declared.
Jobs that will hopefully be saved once Trump (hopefully) triumphs in 2024.
Odds of that victory are certainly increasing as he maintains a strong lead with Hispanic voters.
Author: Jane Jones