Rubio would get 48% of the Hispanic vote
by Rodan ( 17 Comments › )
Filed under Elections 2016, Headlines, Republican Party at February 4th, 2013 - 3:22 pm
A new analysis by JZ Analytics, shows that Marco Rubio would get 48% of the Hispanic vote if he was the GOP nominee in 2016.
He’s already being treated like the 2016 GOP presidential front-runner, and now there is another reason Republicans are excitedly buzzing about Florida Sen. Marco Rubio: He alone would reverse the party’s slide among Hispanic voters.
A new nationwide poll from JZ Analytics found that Rubio would get 48 percent of the Hispanic vote, about twice what Mitt Romney won in 2012. Republican strategist told Secrets that a win among Latino voters that big would assure Rubio the presidency, since he would also likely keep the regular GOP base.
If this 48% held, that means Rubio would put Florida, Nevada, Colorado and New Mexico away.
Tags: Marco Rubio
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