This election had a wide range of voters, but something stood out. And that was the Hispanic/Latino vote. A majority minority group of a wide range of people whose politics are just as wide and diverse. Because the term Hispanic Latino is a massive demographic of people. So when you hear a lot of Trump support jumped from this group, you have to breakdown the different groups of people under all of North and South America. But let’s look at America based on a population basis.
There are a lot of groups that fall under the population of Hispanic/Latino such as Mexican, which is the biggest population in the United States of America. Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Salvadorians, Dominicans, Colombians, Hondurans, Guatemalans, Spaniards, Brazilians, and Argentines. So as you can tell, when you hear that the Hispanic/Latino vote is leaned toward a certain direction, there is some misleading information. Because a lot of groups I just named all have different methods of approaching their politics. Some groups are more and less conservatives than others. But when the statistics are looked at they seem more uniform in scope.
Above I named different groups of the Hispanic/Latino community. Mexicans make up the greater portion of the group of people in the base. And what we don’t understand is that there are a lot of conservatives within the group which is the largest voting block. And over the years, Democrats have lost this base. It will take a lot to get some numbers back otherwise 2024 is going to be a tough year for the Democrats.
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