According to the Pew Research Center Hispanics rank several issues as more important than immigration and Hispanics are also more likely to say the Democratic Party could do a better job than the Republican Party on immigration, the economy and foreign policy.
A voter from California gives us his opinion about the upcoming June 7 elections in California.
It seems to me that he most important issue for Latino, Hispanic or Mexicans in the United States of America is not Immigration.
SyndicatedNews TV is doing a series of interviews with real people planning to vote in their respective states.
In studies published by the Pew Research Center in October 2014 it showed that among Latino registered voters, two issues rate highest in importance. Fully 92% say education is an extremely (49%) or very (42%) important issue to them personally, and 91% say jobs and the economy is an extremely (46%) or very (45%) important issue. Following these two issues is health care, which 86% of Latino voters rate as extremely important (40%) or very important (46%). These three issues have consistently rated as the top three among Latino voters in Pew Research Center surveys
Today we interview Alfredo Romero a UCLA graduate and resident in the state of California who gives www.snn.bz his own view of our primaries leading to the general elections in November.
Eduardo Quezada Escandon