PHILADELPHIA – Latino voter support for Republican candidate Donald Trump increased four points in the latest New Latino Vote (NLV) online tracking poll conducted by Florida International University and Hispanic mobile advertising company Adsmovil. According to this week’s results, Trump’s support jumped from 12% to 16%, while support for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, which peaked at 81% last week, dipped to 77%. Support for “Other” stayed at 7%.
This week’s version of the poll ran from July 18–July 25, during the time of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The sample size for this week’s poll was 3,217 respondents. (Previous poll results)
The NLV poll, which launched in April and has more 200,000 total respondents since then, has reported results consistent with other national polls focused on Latino voters, including NBC/Telemundo/WSJ, Univision and Pew.
The full results from this week’s poll are below:
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