MIAMI – MARCH 2, 2020 – One day ahead of the California primary and Super Tuesday, Univision News in partnership with the Latino Community Foundation publishes its latest electoral survey: the Latino California Voter Poll, which interviewed a robust sample of all Latino registered voters in the state of California. This new poll reveals Latino voters’ most current political preferences, voting intention, concerns, opinions on recent developments, views on President Trump and much more, in addition to providing a snapshot of California, the state with the most delegates.
Complete results of the Univision News – Latino Community Foundation Latino California Voter Poll are now available at UnivisionNoticias.com and via all Univision News digital and social media platforms. Additionally, highlights of the poll’s findings will be featured beginning today in the Univision Network midday newscast “Noticiero Univision Edición Digital ” as well as all other Univision Network news programs.
Overseen by Dr. Sergio Garcia-Rios, Director of Polling for Univision News, the survey was conducted by the polling firms Latino Decisions and North Star Opinion Research from (February 21 and February 28, 2020). The Latino California Voter Poll was commissioned through a partnership between Univision News and the Latino Community Foundation.
Following are some of the key findings from the Univision News/Latino Community Foundation latest electoral poll:
• Sanders has 42% of voting intention among Latino registered Democratic voters in California. Biden has 15% and Bloomberg 14% of voting intention.
• For Latino registered Democrat voters in California, the term “socialist democrat,” is not a problem, they even see it positively.
• 30% Latino Registered Voters said the most important issue facing their community that needs to be addressed is lowering the cost of Healthcare. Improving wages/incomes and protecting immigrants rights came in second and third respectively as issues that must be addressed.
• For the first time, the issue of housing appears as one of the most important topics in one of the polls.
“These polls and our comprehensive political coverage are part of our commitment to provide our audience the news and information they need about the candidates, their platforms, and the campaign trail, so they can make informed decisions. It also attests that there is no better platform to reach the Hispanic community than Univision,” said Lourdes Torres, Univision’s Senior Vice President for Political Coverage and Special Projects.
“Latino voters have already played a critical role in determining the outcome of early state primaries. With 415 pledged delegates on the line in California, the largest Latino voting bloc in the nation is poised to determine who will be the Democratic candidate on Super Tuesday,” said Jacqueline Martinez Garcel CEO, of the Latino Community Foundation. “In this current political climate, Latinos are highly motivated to vote, and Latino-led organizations have worked hard to register and mobilize our families and youth. Tomorrow we’ll reap the benefits of those efforts.”
To view the complete results of the poll, please go to UnivisionNoticias.com.