Hispanic Voters Abandon Biden, Choose Trump

A USA Today/Suffolk University poll found that Donald Trump leads Hispanic and young voters by five points, 39% to 34% percent.

Among younger voters, Trump leads by three points, 37% to 34%.

Seventeen percent of the demographic would vote for a third-party candidate.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had the most support among independent candidates, with 10%.

The poll also found that 12% of Black voters support Trump, the same percentage as in the 2020 election.

“Although Trump hasn’t grown support among Black voters, he has closed the deficit because third-party voters come off of Biden’s support among Blacks,” said David Paleologos, the director of Suffolk’s Political Research Center. “A young voter or a person of color voting ‘third party’ is a vote away from President Biden, and a vote away from President Biden is a vote for Donald Trump.”

A December poll from the Wall Street Journal found that Biden’s approval rating has hit an all-time low.

The president’s overall job performance saw only 37% approval from survey respondents.

Only 23% of respondents said Biden has helped them personally, while 53% said they have been hurt by his policies.