The latest online tracking poll of Latino voters by Florida International University’s Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs and mobile Hispanic advertising company Adsmovil continues to show Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead over Donald Trump. In the June 2-5 survey (see previous results here), Clinton won the support of 75% of participants, with Trump getting 17% and 8% choosing Other.
The FIU/Adsmovil poll has been asking respondents the same question since April. Since then, both Clinton’s and Trump’s support has increased, with Other decreasing significantly.
This latest survey sampled 3,338 online Latinos. When asked about the poll’s methodology last month, FIU professor Eduardo Gamarra told Latino USA, “We are increasingly confident of the data, given its consistency week after week. We now have polled over 200,00 Latinos in a seven-week period and the results are consistent daily and weekly.”
Other highlights from the survey include:
- Men: Clinton 75%, Trump 19%, Other 6%
- Women: Clinton 74%, Trump 14%, Other 12%
- Among 18-24-year-old Latinos, Trump’s support is at 27%. It is 26% with Latinos over 65.
- 23% of Latinos think immigration is the most important issue this election season, with 22% think it is the economy.
You can read the full results below: