Hispanics Certain To Back Obama ��� But In What Numbers?

Hispanics Certain To Back Obama ��� But In What Numbers?

San Antonio : TX : USA | Sep 20, 2012 at 9:36 AM PDT
Source: National Public Radio
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Alan Greenblatt There appears to be no question that President Obama will win the lion's share of Hispanic support. But there are still very big questions to be answered about how many votes such support will translate into. "What we know is that we don't know," says Ruy Teixeira, a political analyst... FULL ARTICLE AT National Public Radio
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