A new poll released Monday by NBC News, Telemundo and The Wall Street Journal shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by 50 points with likely Latino voters. According to the poll, which surveyed 255 likely Latino voters between October 10–13, Clinton got 67% support to Trump’s 17%. Both Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate got 3%.
When given the choice between Clinton and Trump, the Democratic candidate’s support was at 70% and Trump’s support stayed at 17%.
The latest numbers from NBC News are consistent with other recent polls of Latino voters (NALEO and FIU/Adsmovil) that show Clinton with commanding leads and Trump’s support in the teens.
NBC News also reported that Trump’s unfavorability with Latinos (registered and likely combined) is at 80%, “compared with just 13 percent who view him positively.” Clinton has a 59% favorability and a 28% unfavorability.
The poll has a ±6.14% margin or error for likely Latino voters interviewed.
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