For Hispanic Registered Voters, Immigration Ranks Fifth On Most Important Issues

From Gallup:

U.S. Hispanics prioritize immigration, healthcare, and unemployment to equal degrees, according to a new USA Today/Gallup poll asking about the importance of six national policy issues. Twenty percent of Hispanics each mention one of the top three issues as mattering most to them, while 17% name economic growth, 11% name the gap between the rich and poor, and 7% name the federal budget deficit. Hispanic registered voters, however, put healthcare and all economic issues before immigration, which 12% name as their most important issue.

Issues of Most Importance to U.S. Hispanics, April-May 2012

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published this page in In The News 2012-06-25 17:00:00 -0400
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