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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Trump's Latino support jumps to 32% in latest NBC Survey Monkey national poll, May 23-29, 2016, up 4 points from last week. Trump's Latino support in this poll exceeds Romney 2012 Latino vote-New America Media

Poll dates, May 23-29, 2016, online poll of 12,969 who say they are registered to vote, error margin 1.2%. (Likely Voters not polled) 

5/31/16, "Trump’s Latino Support Jumps to 32% in Latest NBC News/SurveyMonkey Tracking Poll,"

"A tracking poll released Tuesday by NBC News and Survey Monkey shows Latino support for Donald Trump is now at 32%, compared to 61% Latino support for Hillary Clinton. A similar tracking poll from May 17 had Trump at 28% with Latino voters and Clinton at 65%.


Trump’s 32% Latino support from this tracking poll is now higher than the 27% Latino vote tally Mitt Romney got in 2012, when he lost to Barack Obama. Other polls, including those from Fox News Latino and FIU/Adsmovil, still have Trump doing poorly with Latino voters. The NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll did not include a Latino vote comparison between Trump and Bernie Sanders, although the tracking poll did show that Sanders is leading Trump by 12 points 52-40) among all voters surveyed, while Clinton holds a 2-point lead over Trump (47–45).

The NBC News/SurveyMonkey tracking poll is one of the few polls that is taking into account a large sample of online Latinos as part of its overall sample. This latest poll included 1,381 Latinos out of 14,797 total participants. The toplines for this tracking poll are available here."


More from this poll: "Who do you think will win," now 47-46 Clinton v Trump, a significant change from last week's 9 point difference:

5/31/16, "Poll: Americans Now Split on Who They Think Will Win 2016 Presidential Election,"

when a majority of voters put their odds on Clinton over Trump (51 percent to 42 percent)....

When looking at this support by different demographic groups, Clinton continues to enjoy a large amount of support among women—54 percent to Trump's 37 percent. Trump, however, expanded his support among men this week to 15 points from 10 points last week. He now beats Clinton among men 54 percent to 39 percent.

Black voters continue to support Clinton by an overwhelming 79-point margin (87 percent to 8 percent). Hispanics support Clinton over Trump by 29 points (61 percent to 32 percent). Trump is the preferred candidate among white voters by 14 points over Clinton (53 percent to 39 percent). These numbers are consistent with margins from last week's tracking poll."...


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