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Republicans and the Latino Vote: Next Stop, Negative Numbers?

March 9, 2012

Question: How deep can Republicans dig themselves into a hole on the Latino vote? Answer: Not much deeper without getting into negative numbers.

A new Fox News Latino poll of 1,200 likely Latino voters shows no Republican candidate winning more than 14 percent against President Obama in hypothetical match-ups. That's less than half of the 31 percent that Sen. John McCain won against Obama in the 2008 White House race.

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