According to a Democratic pollster, Republicans overreached on the abortion restriction and are losi

According to a poll, Democrats will perform similarly to how they did in blue-wave election years, with record-high Latino turnout in the November elections.

According to a Democratic pollster on Wednesday, Republicans, not Democrats, are seeing a sharper decline in Latino voter support as a result of the landmark decision that legalized abortion being overturned.


According to Fernand Amandi, a principal with Bendixen & Amandi, Latinos favor keeping abortion legal by significant margins in the crucial states of Arizona, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, where competitive gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races are taking place this year: by 30 points in Arizona, 40 points in Nevada, and 41 points in Pennsylvania.


According to Amandi, these figures "indicate to me that Republicans overreached considerably and are alienating the Hispanic vote."


But he noted that Florida offers a unique situation.


"If they want to see Democrats succeed, many people need to be concerned about the situation in Florida. In Florida, erosion is a problem. In Florida, we have lost a great deal of ground. But I don't think the other states will necessarily have reversals as Florida did "said he.


If Latino voters' behavior toward Barack Obama in 2012—when he received 70% of the Latino vote—is regarded as the yardstick, according to Amandi—there has been erosion for Democrats at the presidential level.


However, he claimed that his most current polls indicate that it would be overstated to talk about the Hispanic vote leaving the Democratic Party.


Before the Supreme Court's June 24 ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, but after a draught of the judgment was leaked, a poll of Latinos in Arizona, Nevada, and Pennsylvania was conducted in the middle of May. In each state, 600 Latinos were surveyed; the margin of error for the results is +/- 4 percentage points.


Latinos who indicated that the Roe v. Wade decision will affect their vote in the November midterm elections were more likely to declare that they would support Democrats. In Arizona, 45% of all Hispanic voters stated they were more likely to support Democrats than Republicans, followed by 40% and 45% in Nevada and Pennsylvania. Only 15% of respondents claimed the decision had increased their motivation to vote Republican, while the majority indicated it would have no influence.

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