Can Obama count on winning support from Hispanic voters despite his failure to deliver on immigration reform?
“It is difficult to avoid the conclusion that the current anti-immigrant tilt of the Republican Party, especially as displayed in the primaries, has decisively turned off Hispanic voters and thrown them into the arms of the Democrats. And the likely nominee, Mitt Romney, who is typically viewed as a moderate compared to the others vying for the GOP nomination, will have difficulty reversing this judgment.”
-Ruy Teixeira, “Why Obama’s Re-Election Hinges On the Hispanic Vote”
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