In a new poll released Sunday by Telemundo, NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, 65% of Latinos said they disapproved of President Trump’s performance, with only 26% expressing approval.
“The unpopularity of Trump and his political positions among Latinos could give Democrats a boost in the 2018 midterms, if Latino voters go to the polls in November,” a Telemundo release said about the poll, which oversampled of 300 Latino registered voters and was conducted from September 16-18. According to the release, “about half (49%) of Latinos polled express high level of interest in the November elections,” a lower number than high interest from white votes (61%) and overall voters (58%).
The margin of error for the poll for all Latino voters interviewed was listed as +/- 5.66%. You can download the poll here.
The Telemundo released shared other findings from the poll:
- “64% Latinos would like Democrats in government vs. 21% who would prefer Republicans.”
- “Latinos prefer a Congress-controlled by Democrats rather than by Republicans by a 3 to 1 margin, as a check and balance on Trump’s agenda.”
- “Among younger Latinos, interest in midterms is particularly low: less than half (43%) of Latinos under 40 are highly engaged as the elections approach.”
- “63% of Latinos are less likely to vote for a candidate in favor of building a wall on the border compared to 55% of overall voters.”
- “77% of registered Latino voters are more likely to support a candidate who favors legal status for DREAMers.”
- “52% of Latinos are satisfied with the state of the U.S. economy.”
The full poll of the Latino oversmaple can be accessed below:
Latinos Weigh in on Brett Kavanaugh
In addition, the fourth week of a 10-week NALEO Educational Fund/Latino Decisions tracking fund reported on Tuesday that close to 75% of “Latino registered voters believe that U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh should withdraw from consideration as a Supreme Court Justice.”
This same poll also said that President Trump’s favorability is at 25 percent among registered Latino voters.
Here is the full LD/NALEO poll released this week: