Despite white leftist academics creating new and "inclusive" gender terms, a new poll has found only two percent of Latino voters refer to themselves as "Latinx."
According to a nationwide poll's findings reported by POLITICO, 40 percent of Hispanic voters find the woke term offensive and 30 percent said they would be less likely to support a politician or organization that uses "Latinx."
Furthermore, 68 percent of those polled prefer the term "Hispanic," followed by 21 percent who prefer "Latino" or "Latina." Meanwhile, only two percent of respondents polled refer to themselves as "Latinx."
"The numbers suggest that using Latinx is a violation of the political Hippocratic Oath, which is to first do no electoral harm," said Fernand Amandi, whose firm advised President Barack Obama's successful Hispanic outreach in both of his presidential campaigns. "Why are we using a word that is preferred by only 2 percent, but offends as many as 40 percent of those voters we want to win?"
A similar story is happening in Virginia where Republican Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares says the word "Latinx" turns off Latinos. Miyares of Cuban descent and will be the first Hispanic to hold the office in the state.
"By insisting on using the incorrect term Latinx, progressives are engaging in a type of cultural Marxism, a recast of societal norms," Miyares told POLITICO. "Latinos don't use the term — only upper-educated white liberals who hardly interact with the Latino community. I believe that every time they use the term Latinx, they lose another Latino vote."
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