Hispanics in battleground states trust Trump 41-38% more on immigration than Biden: Equis poll

In 7 battleground states, Trump was found to have 41 percent trust on immigration among Hispanic voters versus 38 percent trust with Biden.


Hispanics in the seven battleground states have been found to trust Donald Trump more on the issue of immigration than Joe Biden, according to a new poll. The states the poll was conducted in include Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.   

The poll from Equis was taken from 1,592 registered Hispanic voters across the different swing states and Trump was found to have 41 percent trust on immigration versus 38 percent trust with Biden. The poll was conducted between April 20 to May 5 and was released this week. The margin of error on the poll is +/- 2.6 percentage points for the sample taken from the swing states.   

Hispanics have been a reliable Democratic voting bloc for years, however, with this poll and others, support in the demographic has shifted more towards Trump in recent months. The same poll also surveyed 1,575 voters from voters excluding Hispanics in the same battleground states. Those who were surveyed in the poll trusted Trump more on the topic of immigration at 49 percentage points compared to 34 percent.   

The poll also found that Hispanics' trust in the Democratic Party as well as Biden has slipped over the course of his presidency. Hispanic voters in the poll also found voters believe Biden and the Democrats broke promises with regard to immigration policy. 72 percent of Hispanic voters in the swing states agreed or somewhat agreed that Biden and the Democrats broke promises made during Biden's years in office.   

In response to the poll showing Hispanics' trust in Trump to handle immigration, a Trump spokesperson Danielle Alvarez told Axios, "Team Trump's outreach to minority communities is a stark contrast to Joe Biden's failing campaign whose only tactic is to gaslight minority voters with desperate ads and pandering speeches." Another recent poll also showed that the majority of Hispanic voters were in favor of mass deportations. 

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