Hispanic Support for Trump: It Depends if You Were Born in America

Hispanics hate Donald Trump, right? That’s what we learn from the pretend news and the cable news propagandists at disgraceful democrat outlets like CNN.

But, as usual, the truth is not as simple as these lazy and politically motivated people tell us.

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From Gallup:

 Though U.S. Hispanics overall view Hillary Clinton three times more favorably than they do Donald Trump (65% to 21%), her edge is significantly smaller among U.S.-born Hispanics (43% to 29%). Meanwhile, foreign-born Hispanics are almost seven times more likely to view Clinton (87%) than Trump (13%) favorably.

These data come from Gallup’s annual Minority Rights and Relations poll, conducted June 7-July 1.

Notably, U.S.-born Hispanics’ views of the candidates are similar to those of the larger population of national adults. Forty-three percent of U.S.-born Hispanics and 44% of national adults view Clinton favorably. Twenty-nine percent of U.S.-born Hispanics view Trump favorably, while his favorability is 34% among national adults.

Therefore, Clinton owes a lot of her overall image advantage among Hispanics to those born outside the U.S.

Do you find these statistics very telling? Or maybe not. Maybe they demonstrate the very obvious. Donald Trump’s signature messages are “America First,” and “Make America Great Again,” as in messages that resonate with AMERICANS, but not necessarily with foreigners from the Third World, many of whom have been marinating in hatred of the “imperialistic” United States their entire lives. The fact that many of these foreign-born people are dirt poor, unskilled and uneducated make them very appealing to the democrat party. Not only are they poorly informed, they are predisposed to be enthusiastic consumers of government benefits.

Also in this Gallup post:

Fifty-eight percent of Hispanics say they are registered to vote, far less than the 95% of non-Hispanic whites and 87% of non-Hispanic blacks who say the same. But the lower rate of reported Hispanic voter registration is almost entirely attributable to low registration among foreign-born Hispanics. Just 28% of Hispanics born outside the U.S. — the group that views Clinton so positively — say they are registered to vote, compared with 87% of those born in the U.S.

This lower voter registration rate could be related partly to citizenship issues, as some foreign-born Hispanics may not be legal U.S. citizens, and therefore are ineligible to vote. (emphasis mine) 

Ineligible to vote? Not if democrats have anything to say about it. And don’t kid yourself. Vote fraud is a YUGE part of the democrat election strategy. As you know, that is why they fight like caged wolverines opposing voter I.D. laws.

Once again, we here are all about connecting dots. Amnesty, open borders and importations of destitute, semi-literate people benefit no one but power hungry democrats like Hillary Clinton. Do you agree?

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