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Pundits Consider Latinos and the Republican Vote

The central demographic question to consider this election season is not how influential Latinos have become -- they are well-established as the nation’s largest minority group, comprising more than 17 percent of the U.S. population -- but how they will wield their growing influence in 2016 and beyond. Will they vote in greater numbers than in 2012? And will they vote overwhelmingly in favor of a democratic candidate similar to the 2012 election (71 percent to 27 percent) -- or in a more...

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