New Wall Street Journal Poll shows that Hispanic voters are equally divided in terms of how they view the Democratic and Republican Parties.
Hispanics are evenly divided in their support for Republicans and Democrats heading into the 2022 election. The Wall Street Journal finds that 37 percent of Hispanic voters favor the Democrats, 37 percent favor the GOP with the rest undecided. The split is similar to all voters (44 percent of the GOP versus 41 percent for the Democrats) though a larger percentage of Hispanics are undecided.
Hispanics are also equally divided in a hypothetical rematch between Trump and Biden. From the WSJ:
“Hispanic voters were also evenly divided when asked about a hypothetical rematch in 2024 of the last presidential contenders, with 44% saying they would back President Biden and 43% supporting former President Donald Trump. In 2020, Mr. Biden won 63% support among Hispanic voters, nearly 30 points more than Mr. Trump, according to AP VoteCast, a large survey of the presidential electorate.“
Nor do Hispanics care for Joe Biden as President.
“The results showed Hispanic voters differing little from the overall electorate in their political preferences. Hispanic voters mirrored the overall voter pool, for example, when asked how Mr. Biden was handling his job. Some 42% approved of the president’s job performance and 54% disapproved—in line with the 41% approval and 57% disapproval among the broader voting public.“
Currently, one in eight voters identify as Hispanic.
The realignment of Hispanics is logical. The Democratic Party now exclusively focuses on issues that are of interests to elite, coastal whites. Their agenda of CRT, big government, anti-Americanism, and authoritarian control is alien to middle- and working-class Americans. Like other middle- and working-class Americans, Hispanic voters are interested in economic opportunity, public safety, individual freedom and education. In short, the GOUSA Opportunity Agenda.