Hispanic millennials are three times less likely to vote than the average American – but a vast push aims for change. Still, many are unimpressed with their options
Every 3o seconds, a Latino in the US turns 18 and becomes eligible to vote. In November, this growing slice of the Hispanic electorate will make up close to half of the record 27.3 million Latinos who can cast ballots this election.
For a political party peering at its future, it would seem there is no more coveted group than young Latinos. Yet Hispanic millennials are three times less likely to turn out in a presidential election than the average American. And less than half of Latinos under 40 say they’ve been reached by a political party, campaign or organization this cycle.
Less than half of Latinos under 40 say they’ve been reached by a political party, campaign or organization this cycle
If anything, I’m more anti-Trump than I am pro-Hillary
It would be amazing to have Melania to reach out. I wish we would have seen more of her on the campaign trail