The Fake News Mainstream Media wants you to believe President Trump is terribly unpopular with hispanic voters.
The only problem?
That’s not what the data says.
In fact, according to a new poll done by McLaughlin & Associates, the data reveals President Trump just hit a milestone: 50% approval rate with hispanic voters!
MSM narrative officially destroyed.
Take a look:
Why does Trump go UP in the polls with hispanics the tougher he gets with the wall?
It actually makes a lot of sense.
The people who came here LEGALLY....the people who waited their turn, waited in line, paid the price.....they do NOT like the people who are cheating to get in.
It's actually REALLY simple!
And if I had to guess, I'd guess the 50/50 split roughly approximates the split between those who came in legally and those who didn't.
In other words, I bet the number is MUCH higher if you were to poll only those who came here legally.
Just my theory.
Here's more on the story, from the Epoch Times:
A slew of polls conducted this year found that President Donald Trump’s approval rating among Hispanic voters has reached or approached 50 percent—a positive indication for the commander in chief’s 2020 re-election prospects.
A March poll by national survey research company McLaughlin & Associates revealed that 50 percent of Hispanics approve of how Trump is handling his presidency.
The recent data mirrors results from other major polls. A Marist/NPR/PBS survey conducted in January placed Trump’s approval rating among Hispanics at 50 percent. Meanwhile, a Morning Consult/Politico poll conducted in February found Trump’s approval rating with Hispanic’s was at 45 percent.
Trump often touts the record-low unemployment rates among Hispanics and others, including African-Americans and Asians, at his “Make America Great Again” campaign rallies.President Donald Trump at a Make America Great Again rally in El Paso, Texas, on Feb. 11, 2019. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)
In February, the national seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate for Hispanics and Latinos aged 16 and up in the U.S. labor force dipped to 4.3 percent, a record low, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The bureau first began tracking employment data among Hispanic-Latino’s in 1973.
The data marked an improvement over January’s unemployment rate, which reached 4.9 percent.
Additionally, the total number of Hispanics employed in the United States reached a record high of 27,701,000 in December last year.
Yearly data on the Hispanic poverty rate was also positive.
The poverty rate among Hispanics in the United States fell to a historic low of 18.3 percent in 2017, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau—the lowest rate recorded since the agency first started tracking the data in 1972.
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