Meet the Hispanic voters backing Donald Trump at the 2020 US elections

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Meet the Hispanic voters backing Donald Trump at the 2020 US elections” – below is their description.

    The Hispanic vote is key at this year’s US presidential election. Unlike the white Evangelical Christians and older 65s whose allegiance secured his 2016 victory, but whose support now appears to be falling, Donald Trump can rely on a cohorts of Hispanic voters to increase the level of support they gave him at the last election.   The president’s inroads with Hispanic voters have been credited with closing the gap on Joe Biden’s lead in Florida – the state that will likely decide the presidential election. The nation’s largest swing state is once more on a knife edge – Mr Biden’s previous 6-point lead is now down to just two points, with polling averages showing Mr Biden’s support at 48 per cent and Mr Trump’s at 46 per cent. Mr Trump is currently mulling his Supreme Court replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. One of his favourites is federal judge Barbara Lagoa, a Cuban-American pundits believe could help the Trump campaign seize Florida.  The figures have rattled the Democrats, who fear Mr Biden has a major problem on his hands. Some strategists privately complain that the 77-year-old has focused too much energy on courting African Americans and white working class voters in the Rust Belt states, while neglecting to address the issues concerning Hispanics. A record number of Hispanics – 32 million – will be eligible to vote this year, making them the most influential ethnic minority group in this election and likely to play a decisive role in Florida and several other battleground states. Read more here:

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