Wednesday, November 26, 2014


Last week on his radio show, he claimed that Hispanics were divided about Pres. Obama's new immigration policy and here's the truth:
‘This is the most unified we have seen Latino public opinion’
11/25/14 11:15 AM—Updated 11/25/14 11:43 AM
By Steve Benen
The Maddow Blog

Adrian Carrasquillo reported yesterday on new survey data that shows “Latino voters have Obama’s back again.”
That’s according to a new poll by Latino Decisions, for and Mi Familia Vota, the first of Latino voters since Obama announced sweeping executive actions, given to BuzzFeed News ahead of its announcement on Monday.
The poll found that 89% of Latino voters support Obama’s decision to give temporary legal status to nearly five million undocumented immigrants. That level of support surprised Latino Decisions co-founder Matt Barreto, who noted the figure is higher than initial support of the president’s 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protected undocumented youth brought to the country as children from deportation and allowed them to receive work permits.
“This is the most unified we have seen Latino public opinion on any issue,” Barreto told BuzzFeed News. “DACA registered 84%, this is even higher.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hannity might have played his part.