The mainstream media kept pushing the narrative that Donald Trump was driving away Hispanic voters during his successful campaign to be president, but an exit poll is showing that reality is a little different.
According to Breitbart, a Zogby Analytics poll showed the following shocking statistics:
— 58.5% of Hispanic voters were in favor of Trump's immigration policies. Only 32.9% preferred Hillary's.
— The percentage of Hispanic voters who favored Trump's plans is almost 1 point higher than that of the average voter, regardless of ethnicity.
— 77.4% of Hispanic voters let immigration issues have an effect on the casting of their ballots. That's over 7 points lower than the average voter.
In addition to that, Pulse Opinion Research found that 52% percent of Hispanic voters want either the numbers of immigrants allowed into the U.S. each year to be reduced to half or immigration halted all together. That's just 2 points less than the average voter.
The New York Times confirmed what Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos called "a new divide within the Hispanic community" as one of their stunned writers discovered that "one in three Latino voters in Florida cast their ballots for Trump."
Ramos also bemoaned that, "The wall that Trump was talking about is clearly apparent now within the Hispanic community.”
It simply flies in the face of the Left's storyline.
A Politico story in June claimed that "Donald Trump has done much to alienate Latino voters, yet some polls show him running ahead of 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney."
Wait, how could he be alienating voters if he's drawing more to him?
What do you think of this?