07. November 2012
One of the reasons why incumbent United States president Barrack Obama won his reelection bid against Republican Mitt Romney is through the so called Latino votes.
Based on the result of the exit polls conducted on the recently concluded US presidential election, 75 percent of Latinos voted for Obama while only 23 percent of Latinos choose Romney.
Stanford University university professor Gary Segura, who conducted the study, explained that the result of the exit polls has shown that for the first time in the US presidential election that the Latino vote can plausibly claim to be nationally decisive. Political experts explained that the Latino votes reportedly gave Obama with 5.4 percent of his margin over Romney, well more than his overall lead in the popular vote. Read more »