Former President Donald Trump got amazing news as numbers show that his massive Hispanic support in the 2020 election came from first-time swing voters.
The Equis Research analysis showed that Hispanic voters who aren’t solidly partisan overwhelmingly supported President Trump. Trump brought in voters that aren’t Republicans and aren’t guaranteed to support other Republicans.
The research said, “Neither party should assume that a Hispanic voter who cast a ballot for Trump in 2020 is locked in as a Republican going forward. Nor can we assume this shift was exclusive to Trump and will revert back on its own.”
Thanks to Trump’s historic performance with the Hispanic community, he collected a Republican record 75 million votes.
The research continued, “Trump appeared to make gains in the last year of his term among voters usually on the sidelines of politics… the Trump coalition of Hispanic voters, still dwarfed in size by the Democratic coalition, grew on the margins thanks to a combination of defections and new voters, with likely a greater number of the latter.”
Trump showed that the traditional Democrat domination of minority votes isn’t something that can’t be overcome. Thanks to President Trump, Republicans took Florida with strong Hispanic support. The work that Trump started in 2020 will have to continue in 2022 for Republicans to succeed.
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