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President Joe Biden’s popularity tanks among Hispanics as Republican wave builds

President Joe Biden’s popularity is tanking among Hispanic voters, according to a new poll from the New York Times/Siena College.

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Trump and Vice President Joe Biden, 42% of respondents indicated they would back Biden for reelection, as opposed to 39% who said they would support Trump.

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Compared to the 60% of Latinos and Hispanics who supported Biden in 2020, their support has substantially decreased. The largest percentage of any group was reported by Hispanic respondents who disapproved of Biden: 54% said that Biden’s poor performance as president is the reason they would choose a different candidate.

The poll comes at a time when Jill Biden, the first lady, is being widely ridiculed for appearing at the Latinx IncluXion Luncheon in San Antonio, Texas, on Monday. Latinos dislike the term “Latinx” very much. Only 2% of respondents to a study conducted in December identified as “Latinx,” and 40% of respondents stated the phrase offends them.

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According to the poll conducted on Monday, roughly 70% of young people between the ages of 18 and 29 said they did not like Biden.

The poll that reveals Biden’s poor performance among Latino voters is released as Republicans continue to gain support from the group. Republicans in the House are poised to take back the majority in November. Additionally, they are encouraged by the recent victory of GOP Rep. Mayra Flores in the 34th Congressional District of Texas in a special election. The region has been firmly Democratic for decades, much like much of the Rio Grande Valley north and along the border between the United States and Mexico.

Examiner in Washington Polling, Donald Trump, Hispanics, Joe Biden, and News Original Author: Virginia Aabram

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