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Trump’s Immigration Trust Among Latinos: What You Need to Know

Trust in Trump Continues to Mount with Latino Voters on Immigration, According to New Survey. As the November elections loom, President Trump’s support shows a notable increase, particularly among Latino voters, according to recent survey results. Conducted by Equis between April 20 and May 5, the survey reported by Newsmax polled 1,592 registered Latino voters in battleground states to gauge their trust in leaders concerning immigration issues.

Key Survey Findings:

  • Trust in Leaders: 41% of Latino respondents trust President Trump on immigration, compared to 38% for President Biden.
  • Non-Hispanic Voters: For non-Hispanic voters, Trump’s trust rate is even higher, at 49%, while Biden stands at 34%.
  • Broken Promises: A significant 72% of Latino participants do not trust Biden due to his history of broken promises about immigration reform.
  • Failure to Deliver: Another 65% feel President Biden has failed to deliver on immigration reforms.

Latino Voters’ Perspective

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The survey highlights a growing sentiment among Latino voters that President Trump, who lost the 2020 election after Biden secured 63% of the Latino vote, is a more trustworthy figure regarding immigration. Jaime Florez, the Hispanic communications director for the Republican National Committee and the Trump campaign, reinforces this perspective. He states, “We as Latinos want to be treated as what we are. We are already American. This is our country,” adding that Trump promotes unity and the collective effort to “make America great again.”

The Shift in Latino Support

This change stands in contrast to the 2020 election results and shows the potential shift in voter dynamics that could influence the upcoming elections. The rebranding of Trump’s Hispanic outreach campaign, now named “Latino Americans for Trump,” aims to consolidate this growing support.

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Conclusion

As the campaign efforts intensify on both sides, the trust dynamics illustrated by this survey could play a crucial role in determining the outcome. President Trump’s increasing appeal to Latino voters could signal a pivotal shift in the electorate’s stance on immigration and overall trust in presidential candidates.

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