What's Really on the Minds of Florida's Hispanic Voters?

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(Miami, Fla) - Unidos US and Mi Familia Vota unveiled the top priorities for Florida's Hispanic voters Thursday ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

According to the poll, the top concerns for Hispanic voters in Florida are inflation, jobs, healthcare, gun violence and affordable housing.

Surprisingly, the poll found that the majority of Latino voters in Florida preferred Donald Trump over Ron DeSantis and Joe Biden in a head-to-head matchup for president in 2024.

Latino voters support a path to citizenship for long-residing undocumented individuals and Dreamers, however, not many Hispanic voters support finishing the wall or mass deportations.

In 2024, 22% of Latinos will be new voters and overall voters are split equally on the choice to vote early, by mail, or on election day.

A slim majority of Hispanic voters think Democrats would be better than Republicans at handling nearly any of their top priorities and see more value alignment with Democrats.

"This research shows that Latino voters are sending a warning message to both parties and continues to paint a clear picture that both parties need to do more to better engage and expand support with Hispanic voters," according to Unidos US.

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