Tuesday, September 30


Candidatousa - Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama is polling well among Hispanics in key battleground states where Latinos make up at least 10 percent of the voting population. . . Conducted by Sergio Bendixen for the Democratic Party think tank NDN, the poll indicates that Obama is ahead of his Republican rival Sen. John McCain among Latino voters in Nevada, New Mexico and Colorado. In Florida, the two candidates are tied. . .

Nevada: Obama led McCain 62 percent to 20 percent among Hispanics. Among non-Latinos, McCain was favored 46 percent to 37 percent

New Mexico: Obama led McCain 56 percent to 23 percent among Latinos. McCain had a 50 percent to 34 percent edge among non-Hispanics

Colorado: Obama topped McCain 56 percent to 26 percent among Hispanics. Among non-Latinos Obama holds a narrow 45 percent to 41 percent lead

Florida: McCain and Obama are tied among Latinos at 42 percent each and among non-Hispanics at 43 percent


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