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Hispanics support Obama over McCain by three-to-one.
Latino registered voters support Barack Obama for president over John McCain by 66% to 23%, according to a nationwide survey of 2,015 Hispanics conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center. Obama is rated favorably by 76% of Latino registered voters, making him much more popular among that voting group than McCain (44%) and President Bush (27%). Hillary Clinton, who won the Hispanic vote two-to-one over Obama in the primaries, has a 73% favorable rating. Read More