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Biden’s Approval Among Latinos Falls, While Trump’s Improves, According to Survey

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The opinion of Latinos in the United States about the president, Joe Biden, has fallen to 41%, when in December 2021 it was 53%, while support for former president Donald Trump (2017 -2021) rose from 25 to 32%, according to a survey published this Tuesday.

The survey conducted nationwide between March 22 and 28 by the firm Axios-Ipsos with 1,012 Latinos of legal age for the Telemundo network, found that “Biden’s approval has fallen, and former President Trump’s approval has improved somewhat.”, the virtual Republican candidate for the November presidential elections. However, Latinos in general “view both Biden (47%) and Trump (56%) unfavorably.” “In almost every segment we surveyed, Trump is doing better than the Republican Party and Biden, but he is doing worse than the Democratic Party overall,” says pollster Chris Jackson, vice president of Ipsos.

In the first year of his presidency, Biden led Trump by 29 percentage points; But last March that Democrat’s approval margin fell 9 percentage points. Inflation hits the.” Insurvey attributes Biden’s drop in approval probably to “frustrations among Latinos over issues such as inflation,” although, in general, Latinos in the United States “still support Democrats more than Republicans.”

Asked who is better at managing the US economy, Latinos prefer Trump (42%) over Biden (20%). In terms of combating crime and public safety issues, Trump receives 31% support compared to Biden (20%). But Biden does better on abortion issues (30%) over Trump (21%). When asked which party is best for the US economy, 25% of Latinos chose the Republican Party and 22% chose the Democratic Party.

The survey recalls that Latinos in the US are one of the demographic groups that has experienced the greatest growth, something that is also reflected in their electorate; Therefore, their participation in these elections “will weigh several close states such as Arizona and Nevada.” The Axios-Ipsos survey, in association with Noticias Telemundo, indicates that many respondents said they would prefer that neither Biden (70%) nor Trump (66%) be the candidates of their respective political parties.

Fear of mass deportations More than half of U.S. Latino adults surveyed “are afraid” that recent proposals for “mass deportations” will affect them, regardless of their immigration status. Trump has been reiterating in his campaign that he will carry out mass deportations if he returns to the White House. In total, 52% of Hispanics surveyed consider that mass deportations, if carried out, will also affect legal residents and Latinos born in this country.

Another key finding indicates that two in three Latinos “support offering a path to U.S. citizenship for all people currently in the U.S. illegally (65%). Likewise, 59% are in favor of “allowing refugees fleeing crime and violence in Latin America to apply for asylum.” Regarding irregular immigration, 64% support giving the president authority to close the United States borders, “if there are too many immigrants trying to enter the country.”

Asked if the United States should pressure to achieve a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, 40% of American Latinos were in favor of applying some type of pressure measure. Only 16% of Hispanics surveyed believe that the US should continue supporting Israel with weapons and financing, and 39% think that the US should not get involved in the conflict at all. Not everyone interviewed is eligible to vote: 31% of those who are eligible said they plan to vote for Biden, while 28% would opt for Trump. And 28% of those surveyed indicated they are still undecided about who to support. (EFE)

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