Obama leads Romney about the Hispanic vote in Florida.

Obama leads Romney about the Hispanic vote in Florida.

Florida City : FL : USA | Jun 21, 2012 at 2:05 PM PDT
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New Polls Show Barack Obama And Mitt Romney In A Tie

U.S. President Barack Obama, exhibits a 10-point lead over his rival among Hispanic voters in Florida, against the eventual Republican candidate for the November election, Mitt Romney. De made ​​on Thursday the elections, the president would achieve the 49 percent of the vote compared to 39 percent the former governor of Massachusetts between the desired ethnicity, revealed the latest Quinnipiac University poll in Hamden, Connecticut.

The survey conducted in southern been found that generally, the ruler displays a four-point lead over the candidate of Mormon confession, by a margin of 46 versus 42 percent, reports the Politico Web site reported. An overwhelming majority of young people under 34 years are favorable Obama (55 percent), by 28 percent who prefer Romney said. Among black voters, the study found that 91 percent support the candidacy for re-election of the president, up from five percent to opposed to living in the White House.

Also, Obama leads Romney by eight percentage points, (44 to 36) among independent voters, while in the case of women also the president enjoys a leading position in a proportion 49 to 39 percent of voting intentions, said the investigation. Both sides will be measured at the polls on November 6, have strengthened efforts to attract the decisive vote of Latinos, the largest minority in the country with more than 50 million people.

On Friday, Obama and Romney sent messages addressed to the Annual Conference of the National Association of Latino (ANL), which will meet for three days in Orlando, Florida, from Friday. The so-called Sunshine State has a important electoral weight to the vote and its territory is home to a large Hispanic population.

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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Romney speaks to supporters at his Florida primary night rally in Tampa
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Romney speaks to supporters at his Florida primary night rally in Tampa
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