Hispanic voters are looking to the GOP to make their futures brighter and that could mean big wins in the future for the GOP.
According to Town Hall:
While prevailing wisdom has pointed towards demographic changes in the United States favoring Democrats, according to GOP pollster Curt Anderson, that’s not what polling is showing.
In a slide presentation to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Anderson presented the findings of an NRSC survey of Hispanic voters in battleground states showing they are leaning Republican.
The survey found these voters overwhelmingly rejected socialism while favoring the free market, 63 percent to 17 percent. They also have concerns the U.S. is in decline, 67 percent to 28 percent, meaning their children with concerns that their children will not experience the same opportunities in the country. Other concerns include the quality of public schools, cancel culture, and the loss of traditional American values.
“The argument from the left is that this country is a place that has not been good for people, other than the majority, over much of our history,” Rubio said, reports RCP. “And Hispanics just don’t buy it. And the reason why they don’t buy it is very simple: They know what life is like in another country.”
Senator Rick Scott said that if Republicans reach out to Hispanics in 2022 they will win.