Harry , dont lie.
As the graph shows, since 2008 approximately two thirds of Hispanic voters generally support the Democrats, with only about a quarter going for the Republicans. Oops. You're busted yet again.
At the last election, 40% of thr hispanics voted for republicans.
Why do you bother telling such blatant lies? From your own source:
In congressional races nationally, Democrats won the Latino vote by a margin of 62% to 36%. This is comparable to the last midterm cycle four years ago when six-in-ten (60%) Latinos voted for a Democratic candidate, but down from 2012 when Democrats took 68% of the Latino vote.
Busted one more time.
And if the republican candidate is a hispanic himself, like Marco Rubio, than they will have virtually the entire hispanic electorate.
Strangely enough, people who study these things professionally completely disagree with your assessment:
With Senator Marco Rubio's imminent announcement that he will run for the 2016 Republican Party nomination, we take a look at his standing with Latino voters since his rise to national prominence in his 2010 campaign for the U.S. Senate. Based on these trends, we find no evidence that Rubio's candidacy will draw significant Latino support for his candidacy or for his party more generally.
Anybody got any data on the views of Polish-Americans on the possible candidates for US president? My understanding is that since the days of FDR they are more likely to support Democrat candidates than Repubs but have almost always mainly voted for the candidate who won the election.