This week’s Latino Voice 2016 online tracking poll from Florida International University and Hispanic mobile advertising company Adsmovil has Hillary Clinton with a 60-point advantage over Donald Trump. It is the highest difference between the candidates since the week of the May 17–23 tracking poll, when Clinton led Trump by 63 points (77-14) with Latinos. In addition, after seeing Latino support grow from 11.8% from April 11-15 to 17.3% from Jun 2–Jun 5, Trump’s support dropped a point in this latest poll, while Clinton crossed the 76% mark.
Clinton still sees a significant lead over Trump when Latino support is broken down by gender. According to this week’s tracking poll, Clinton leads Trump 78%-16% with Latino men and 74%–16% with Latina women.
The presumptive Democratic nominee is also leading Trump in all age groups by large margins. When compared to last week’s New Latino Voice results, Trump saw his support with Latinos 18-24 drop this week from 27% to 19%.
The June 6–June 12 tracking poll asked 11,894 online Latinos about their choice for President. Another question about campaign issues included a sample of 5,548 online Latinos. According to the poll’s authors, 200,000 Latinos have responded to the New Latino Voice poll since April. An “Other” candidate choice is still being included in this tracking poll.
Last week, Latino USA spoke with one of the poll’s authors about New Latino Voice’s methodology during a segment about the science of polling Latino voters.
The toplines for this week’s New Latino Voice poll are below:
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