Hispanic Voters

Resurgent Republic regularly measures public opinion among the growing Hispanic community and highlights opportunities and challenges for conservatives among this critically important demographic.

Worth Discussing

Conservative groups back immigration reform

By Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman | Politico
April 5, 2013

High-profile conservative groups are taking on an unexpected cause: passing immigration reform. A diverse mix of the Washington consultant class is cutting TV ads, revving up the grassroots and advising lawmakers on messaging and strategy in hopes of getting a bill across the finish line this year.

USA Today's Alan Gomez Highlights Resurgent Republic Immigration Focus Groups


April 3, 2013

USA Today's Alan Gomez highlights the Resurgent Republic focus groups conducted in Iowa and South Carolina on CSPAN. He cites evidence that GOP primary voters agree with immigration reform once the facts about border security and the tough, long path to legal residence are made clear.

Huge Hispanic Support for Obama Was No Sure Thing

By Charlie Cook | National Journal
February 8, 2013

At this point, the narrative is pretty familiar to all: President Obama beat GOP nominee Mitt Romney by 44 percentage points among Latinos, 71 percent to 27 percent, exceeding the 67 percent of the Latino vote he won in 2008 over John McCain. 

Many Big GOP Voices Changing Their Tune On Immigration

By Aaron Blake | The Washington Post
January 29, 2013

As Sean Sullivan and I noted this afternoon, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has undergone a pretty significant political evolution over the past decade on the issue of illegal immigration.

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