The latest New Latino Voice (NLV) online tracking poll conducted by Florida International University and Hispanic mobile advertising company Adsmovil shows that Hillary Clinton has reached the 80% support mark with Latinos, her highest number with respondents since the poll began in April. Conversely, this latest version of the NLV poll was also Donald Trump’s worst performance since late April, as the presumptive Republican nominee got 13% of Latino support. An “Other” candidate got 7%.
The poll was conducted from June 27–July 4 and asked 3,037 online Latinos their choice for President. It did not take into account today’s news that the FBI did not recommend charges against Clinton for use of personal e-mail as Secretary of State.
Since the poll’s inception in April, Clinton has seen her numbers jump almost 20 points, as the “Other” candidate has dropped about 18 points. Trump has seen a 1-point increase overall from April to early July. His highest performance was 17% in early June.
In this latest poll, Trump got 20% of Latino support with respondents over 65 years old. (Click here for stories about previous polls in this series.)
The toplines to this latest set of numbers from NLV are here: