Poll: 4 in 10 Latino Voters Have an Unfavorable Opinion of Hillary
Four in ten Latino voters have an unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton, according to a new Fox News Latino poll.
The poll also found that 74 percent of Latino voters have an unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump.
Meantime, the favorable numbers were 56 percent for Clinton and 23 percent for Trump.
On "Fox and Friends Weekend," Bryan Llenas pointed out that Mitt Romney had a 27 percent favorability with Latino voters in 2012.
"Donald Trump has a ways to go with this," Llenas said, pointing out that the Republican Party's plan to bring in more Latino voters does not seem to working yet.
He added that many have speculated that both Clinton and Trump should consider selecting a Latino running mate to help court that vote, but the poll found it wouldn't have a major effect.
80 percent of those polled said Clinton choosing a Latino running mate would make no difference, while 86 percent said that of Trump.
Surprisingly, seven percent said a Latino running mate would make them more likely to vote for Trump, while six percent said it would make them less likely to.
"I wonder if they see it as sort of a pandering move," Llenas said. "I think they've made up their minds on who Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are."
The poll found that the most important issue to Latino voters is the economy and jobs, followed distantly by education, national security and immigration.
Llenas pointed out that the Great Recession hit Latinos the hardest, so it makes sense that that's first and foremost on their minds in the 2016 election.
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