Today, La Opinión publishes the first of a series of articles of opinion polls among Latino voters conducted by the firm Latino Decisions in collaboration with Impremedia.
La Opinión writes:
“An opinion poll among Latino voters in the United States revealed a high level of economic anxiety in the community, a disconnect in the economic decisions made by the Obama administration and the highest level of concern ever seen about the current immigration policy.”
“A poll of 500 Latino voters was conducted in January and February 2011 in 21 states where 95% of registered Latino voters live. It has a margin of error of +/-4.38% [...]
“[...]poll reveals a high level of concern among Latino voters regarding immigration: 47% think it is the first issue the government should address. This interest increases to 54% among naturalized citizens.”