.0015%

There are around 10million registered voters in the USA. A poll using 1500 voters represents only a .0015 % of the Hispanic vote.

Don't care what other mathematical koolaid equation you want to use...the above is a fact! If you think it is representative of what is out there go at it.

I found this article (and that is what it is...just an article) that puts some perspective on what is going on. They do state that the Hispanic population is discouraged because of how both parties are going about the issues. One thing that I did notice was a possible decline due to the NEW REGISTRATION AND VOTER IDENTIFICATION LAWS!

Back to class!

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**bethere**View PostDon't care what other mathematical koolaid equation you want to use...the above is a fact! If you think it is representative of what is out there go at it.

I found this article (and that is what it is...just an article) that puts some perspective on what is going on. They do state that the Hispanic population is discouraged because of how both parties are going about the issues. One thing that I did notice was a possible decline due to the NEW REGISTRATION AND VOTER IDENTIFICATION LAWS!

Back to class!

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