Breaking the status quo

Early evidence of the Cuban American shift

November 7th, 2012 | Posted by Alex in Uncategorized

I don’t know if these numbers will hold, but Fox News exit polls show Obama gaining 13% more support among Cuban Americans than in 2008. If true (FL is still counting as of now) this is a huge blow to the hardline side.

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Almost one-in-five (17%) Floridian voters is of Hispanic descent.  But in Florida there’s a sizeable Cuban-American population — distinct from other parts of the country.  They went slightly for Romney.


Cuban-American Voters

Obama            47%

Romney          50%

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