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NBC Poll: 30-point Shift Toward GOP In Hispanic Congressional Preference

NBC Poll: 30-point Shift Toward GOP In Hispanic Congressional Preference

“Most Hispanics are fleeing countries that have been economically and morally ruined by leftist policies.”

Support for Democrats is sinking like a rock across all demographics.  A recent NBC poll shows a 30-point shift among “Hispanics, no degree” toward the GOP since 2018, a finding that should be resonating across Democrat politics with earth-shaking urgency. It’s not.

Their response is not to review their policies or to rein in/cut loose the radical leftists who are pushing them into policies that the majority of all American voters reject. No, their response is to change their label from “progressive” to “populist” and to astroturf enthusiasm by paying people to sing their praises.

Rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic is unlikely to save them in the near-term (in November’s midterms) nor in the longer term as they look toward doing something about the drooling albatross in the White House and his unintelligent, cackling sidekick in 2024.

One of the original prognosticators of the “Demographics is Destiny” for Democrats, Ruy Teixeira, has been sounding the alarm for Democrats that they completely misplayed the hand he assessed back in 2002 when he predicted that shifting demographics, including massive illegal immigration, would result in a perpetual Democrat majority for decades to come.

We’ve been covering his work and other aspects of the shift in political affiliation taking place among Hispanics and Latinos across these United States.  Here are just a few posts on the topic:

A recent NBC poll suggests the shift is not only real but quite a bit larger than previously noted.  The focus in this clip is on gender and education, and while the Democrat losses here are also interesting, the thing that stands out is the huge shift in Hispanic/Latino preference.

Here’s the full segment:

Needless to say, people have thoughts.


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As one Donk put it, just 40% of the Hispanic vote going to the GOP would be an extinction-level event for the Demicrats.

    CommoChief in reply to MarkJ. | April 11, 2022 at 10:19 am

    Don’t forget the in reading number of black voters opting for the GoP. Male black voters have been slowly moving towards the r in increasing numbers. Female black voters still cling to d. The trans debate, among other culture war issues, will have an impact in driving voters away from the d/prog.

Wow, I’m SHOCKED that trotting out ROBERT FRANCIS and calling him ‘Beto’ while referring to them as ‘Latinx’, a term that OVER 90% OF THEM DO NOT USE, isn’t a winner at the polls.

But Democrats don’t have to worry. Bitch McConnell and McCarthy are already lowering expectations of what their ‘leadership’ is going to bring.

    RandomCrank in reply to Olinser. | April 11, 2022 at 9:46 pm

    I am no fan of Senator Foghorn Leghorn, but you need to realize that this is more important than that.

Dems gonna hafta double the number of drop boxes for all the trafficked ballots they’ll need to cheat for the win.

Watch them secure the border with a huge wall now.

“Now what will republicans do to shoot themselves in the foot…”

It’s already well underway. Just yesterday for instance…

That two-ton corrupt weasel is already putting all of his massive tubbage behind anyone but Trump. Expect to see more and more of this as Trump’s campaign continues to gain steam. The NeverTrumpers have been piping up the past 2 weeks or so weighing in on their support of child grooming (yeah, never saw that coming from those pedophiles). And what a coincidence, Cocaine Turtle declares that he will support Trump if he wins the nomination. HAH!

The best strategy for Trump/DeSantis would be to unite to protect DeSantis. This would create a juggernaut that gets DeSantis re-elected in a landslide and amplifies Trump’s power to win this November and drive the MAGA agenda forward into 2024. Having accomplished the biggest part of clearing the landscape, he would then have the option of passing on the baton to DeSantis. It is essential that DeSantis not contest Trump. The NeverTrumpers would have no problem dispatching a DeSantis at odds with Trump and his deep, solid supporters. Personally, I want to see DeSantis demonstrate that he has the political instincts to resist the siren’s cry tempting him to jump for the ring in 2024. Just let it happen. At worst, we will remember him fondly in 2028, especially if he becomes Trump’s “go to” guy. Let the nation experience DeSantis’ qualities for themselves rather than throwing him into the fight at the wrong time. If things go right, I expect Trump will step aside and campaign for DeSantis in 2024.

    scooterjay in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 7:21 am

    Poor Lindsey G is hardest hit…

    healthguyfsu in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 7:22 am

    Give up this fantasy that Trump should run again and all of us would be on the same page.

    Valuable party leader…not fit for another run at the WH. The reasons are many but among them probably is lack of known trustworthy allies capable of making zero mistakes (because that’s the level of leeway the media gives him). Other than that, he has those impeachment circus rings around his neck and those do play in whether we want to believe it or not. I could keep going, but I don’t like criticizing Trump too much because he was dealt perhaps the worst hand any POTUS has had since Bush.

      Face it, you don’t know anything about politics. You didn’t even grasp the argument I made. It’s all “feelings” with you. You hate Trump. I get it. You are a squish who can’t get past personalities. Right now, Trump is THE GUY WHO IS DRIVING EVERYTHING! He has the momentum and because, unlike everyone else you could possibly prefer, doesn’t have to suck up to the dirty money should Trump just “miraculously” disappear. We saw how fast Cruz went down the tubes and turned into a jelly-legged Christ figure in 2016. He quickly went to CA to beg for dirty money. What would DeSantis (or whoever your preferred alternative) do if suddenly he challenged Trump? Waiting…. Waiting…

      I am assuming you live in FL yet you don’t understand how important it is for DeSantis to be re-elected governor THIS YEAR. Right now, he has Trump on his side. Same with Abbot in Texas. But both have to seize control of their purple states and the polling doesn’t show that either are a shoo-in, particularly Abbot. The polling numbers Fuzzy has presented helps BOTH of them enormously. Trump needs DeSantis to be on board for the next 2 years as his “go-to” guy as he builds his national presence without cutting off his own nuts by undermining Trump. They are on the same page. DeSantis wins so long as that holds true. Get it? Hello? How dumb are you?

      This is politics. It’s a bare-knuckle sport and only tough guys win. If you don’t have money, you have to sell your soul begging for it. Trump doesn’t have to. DeSantis does… if he crosses Trump.

      Just re-read my first comment will you? Don’t be so obtuse.

        healthguyfsu in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 9:57 am

        Why should I give you any more time of day except to point out how wrong you are?

        I don’t hate Trump at all….I voted for him twice and would vote for him again if the GOP were to make the mistake to run him.

        He won’t poll well nationally, and standing on principle no longer matters if you are standing while losing. We can’t afford that stand any more, not after what Obama and Biden have done to this country.

        I think you got too up in your feels that I suggested your idol can’t win. That’s actually putting aside my own feelings about the situation and making the practical choice…you can do it, too.

          healthguyfsu in reply to healthguyfsu. | April 11, 2022 at 9:59 am

          Also, your assumptions make you an ass. I live in VA…I voted to help swing the governorship back to the right side by voting for Youngkin, Sears, and Miyares. I only hope we can do the same with the legislature permanently (which we’ve enjoyed for a long time until recently).

          Unlike you who likes to lash out emotionally whenever anyone challenges your hot take, I see the bigger picture and what’s at stake.

          Forest and trees….see through.

        Lybrarious Booker in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 11:26 am

        Were you drunk when you wrote that screed?

      Lybrarious Booker in reply to healthguyfsu. | April 11, 2022 at 11:27 am

      Agreed. Trump was a much better president than I could have hoped for. But I prefer presidents who don’t have elections stolen out from under them.

      Voyager in reply to healthguyfsu. | April 11, 2022 at 12:00 pm

      No-one who challenges the State will have any allies in it. Don’t kid yourself thinking deSantis will either.

      All of Trump’s “scandals” have been whole cloth fiction written by Democrat agitprops and spread with abandon by the msm. Expect deSantis to have the same and worse before election day even rolls around this time.

      deSantis’ only real advantages over Trump are that Trump is aging and seems to be slowing down, and Trump made it reasonable to oppose the bureaucratic overclass, so he can do it too, without looking like a torch wielding lunatic.

      Would I prefer deSantis in 2024? Yes, by a slim margine, but only if it means we’ve got the both of them working together, with deSantis taking on the mechanics of State, and Trump channeling that inner maniac to keep dropping hammers on the frauds running things.

      Anyone playing the “let’s you and him fight” game between the two of them is no friend of freedom.

        RandomCrank in reply to Voyager. | April 11, 2022 at 9:59 pm

        As long as the Repubs don’t commit political suicide and nominate Trump in ’24, we agree. I am impressed by DeSantis v Disney — and guess what? I am gay but have no designs on anyone’s children. Believe me, I am putting that mildly. I am 100% on his side on that Florida law.

    CommoChief in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 11:10 am


    DeSantis doesn’t really appear to need help in getting re-elected this year. He has raised $100 million so far and the two top polling d/prog opposition are Christ, a flip floppy failure of an opportunistic perma pol and Freid, the bat crap crazy not a scientist lady who was fired from her data entry job.

    Most of us will be happy to support DJT if he is the eventual r nominee in 2024, I will anyway. However, your drumbeat that we must simply anoint DJT is tiresome. There will be a primary and DJT, and anyone else, needs that contest to hone and sharpen them for the general election. I don’t understand why you don’t want DJT to compete in a primary.

      Lybrarious Booker in reply to CommoChief. | April 11, 2022 at 11:33 am

      Democrats tried to start a race war but polling suggests they have started a gender war instead.

      You Trump haters need to think what it means for DeSantis should he challenge Trump. It’s not about how much money he has raised although I am very sure much of it is because of his support for Trump. No amount of money is going to save his ass if he defies Trump.

      You guys keeps mouthing the same squishy logic that leads to losing elections. Emotions and being sensitive about “mean tweets” are awful reasons for dumping a winning candidate who has already proved he is a winner.

      DeSantis is no different than Cruz in terms of presidential viability. Cruz crashed and burned for his lack of political instincts and can kiss off any hopes of ever becoming president. Florida is a purple state and DeSantis absolutely needs to finish the job in FL or it may very well flip to blue permanently.

      There is nothing DeSantis can do to fight what is going on in PA, GA, AZ regarding their corrupt Republicans who prevented a proper investigation in their crooked rigged elections. Trump’s endorsement of candidates is gold. DeSantis’ endorsement means little to nothing.

      Do you squishes know anything at all about politics? No! You don’t! That is why we end up having to vote for one LOTE candidate after the other. You have to be willfully blind and ignorant to not see the obvious. THAT is how Republicans could very well take down their two great hopes in one fell swoop. Good job.

        CommoChief in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 1:44 pm

        Please don’t project or assign views or positions that I have not advanced. I don’t ‘hate’ DJT. I simply don’t view him as essential in advancing the populist right movement.

        Speaking of endorsements from DJT can you explain why he endorsed Oz in the Pennsylvania Senate race? Oz is very weak on 2md amendment and has a pro abortion history.

        Back to DeSantis, he has a record of legislative accomplishments that is propelling him to victory in 2022 Gov race. He has been able to effectively employ social media and other platforms to very effectively neuter his detractors.

        Let’s grant your argument that a DJT v DeSantis fight in the primary would damage the party and the eventual nominee. In terms of future impact, DeSantis if elected in 2024 would be able to serve two full terms, while DJT is limited to a single term. From that perspective why is it better for DeSantis to step aside for DJT instead of the converse?

        As to political acumen lets review results,the majority of our legislature and every constitutional office in Bama is held by a r as re 6/7 HoR and both Senate seats. We just got several culture war items signed into law; made it a felony to ‘transition’ minors, similar legislation to Fla about sexual content teaching but from K-5, a statue that requires use of biological sex bathroom/locker room in schools and Constitutional carry. Can you point to any similar record of success in CA?

          drednicolson in reply to CommoChief. | April 11, 2022 at 1:50 pm

          As much as Trump deserves his second term, he’d do more good running for Florida’s new House seat and aiming for the Speaker’s chair. And not just because it’d be the perfect poetic comeuppance for Madame Pelosi.

          CommoChief in reply to CommoChief. | April 11, 2022 at 2:21 pm


          DJT got shenaniganed out of a 2020 victory. The d/prog and their allies protected Biden and magnified Rona. The d/prog very effectively used lawfare in altering the election rules in 2020 because Rona and many r legislatures refused to act in a scorched earth opposition out of fear or worse were complicit by ommission or commission.

          txvet2 in reply to CommoChief. | April 11, 2022 at 5:21 pm

          Dred: There’s no way in Hell that Trump would run for a House seat. His ego would never allow it.

          healthguyfsu in reply to CommoChief. | April 12, 2022 at 7:19 am

          Excellent points that don’t fit into the bulldozer Trump narrative.

          We want Trump on board, we are just pragmatists and to some that makes us “Trump haters”

          These same crazies will say that we lost the election if Trump runs when we will still vote for him.

          I agree that Trump in the House would be entertaining but only to a point. Think about how many censures and all out wars he would face. The dems would use his penchants for fights to slow down and distract from everything that conservatives could want to accomplish with a majority. It would not be worth it. Trump is best as a fundraiser and champion for us. We need more like him, but I would prefer he not try and re-enter office and fail. If he managed to succeed, I would be happy about it but I don’t expect that to happen (again, I’d be very happy being wrong).

        Mercyneal in reply to Pasadena Phil. | April 11, 2022 at 7:51 pm

        Ron DeSantis is the future of the Republican Party

The Gentle Grizzly | April 11, 2022 at 7:23 am

“Those people just don’t realize which party cares about them and wants to take care of them. “

The above paraphrases something my late mother would have said. She was a staunch Democrat, and had all of the trimmings of being a Democrat. One of those includes knowing what is best for people that aren’t as “good” as her.

Another way of phrasing it would be – to use George Bush’s expression – soft bigotry of low expectations.

Folks, language matters! These are not Democrats, they are COMMUNISTS.

In my observation, Latinos and Asians (I am one) are usually conservative, and typically more so than Whites. Asians usually voted Republican until the 2000 election. IMO, the only reason Latinos and Asian vote majority Dem is the constant gaslighting by Democrats and the media that Republicans are racists. That gaslighting has taken hold to such a degree that a large percentage of people think President Lincoln was a Democrat, that Republicans fought for slavery during the Civl War,.

    Democrats were selling their radical leftist agenda that attacks conservative values that most Americans (European, Latino/Hispanic, Asian, black) hold dear as “antiracist,” so anyone who stood up to them and for traditional and/or conservative values was labeled a racist. It didn’t matter if that person was white or black or Latino/Hispanic or Asian. They were racist if they didn’t want open borders or massive taxing and spending on boondoggle bridges to nowhere and subsidizing sloth and generational dependence. It was insane, but the GOP did little (well, actually, absolutely nothing) to stand up for American culture and values, to push back.

    So yes, that narrative took hold, but it looks like the radical left has finally gone too far and are being seen for what they truly are: divisive, anti-American, anti-family, anti-marriage, anti-capitalism, anti-merit-based advancement and equal opportunity for all, and anti-religion (especially Christianity and Judaism, but they are Marxist and so hate all religion because it undermines the power of the state, their true godlet).

    It didn’t help, of course, that we didn’t do enough to stop the erosion of actual education (where students used to learn by third grade about President Lincoln, the Republican, and about the Civil War by seventh grade, including who was fighting to keep slavery, the Democrats).

    But it does seem that more people are getting wise to how hard they’ve been played, deceived, and manipulated by Democrats into demonizing at least half of their fellow Americans. That’s a great thing.

    healthguyfsu in reply to GeoInSD. | April 12, 2022 at 7:22 am

    Going to guess that you are an East coast Asian. On the left side of the country, there are plenty of crazies, particularly among those of Chinese or Korean descent.

News flash: New Democrat border policy is to send back all immigrants arriving without degrees!

Glad to see validation of my “crazy white chick” theory. Though the white part isn’t strongly supported by this particular data.

I feel a need to yammer about this. I will try to be concise, accurate, and at least miniminally entertaining. Bear with me. Don’t kill me.

I live in WA State, but east of the Cascades. Many of you will tilt your heads like confused dogs, wondering why that matters. The answer is: It matters. The soft-heads predominate west of the mountains. I will stop there, because I have roads to travel here.

My county is a rural “swing” county. Typically 55-45 Repub. In ’20, a Dem ran for county commissioner. Now, you dang cynical Easterners, I want you to know that it’s an important position. Same goes for the county sheriff. You in the cities and suburbs, you chuckle about Barney Fife. Out here, trust me, it matters who’s sheriff.

In ’20, a “progressive” ran for commissioner. She was a nutcase in ways I won’t detail here unless asked. Her website talked about the “Latinx.” LI kids, it matters here, because our area is full of orchards tended by Latino workers. Our landscape designer (believe me, “value added” — not a grass cutter) is here on a green card, and I never miss the chance to urge him to become a citizen as soon as he can.

Long before the conservatives noticed, I did. Why? Because I learned German in high school, and part of German is the cases: masculine, feminine, neuter. And the endings. And the articles. Arrgh! Guess what? Spanish has no neuter case. Every noun has a gender. I suffered through that a long time ago, so I noticed right away.

The candidate was a politically correct, affluent, white Dem from the part of our county where they flourish. I called her out for her arrogant Anglo bigotry — before the Repubs around here and elsewhere noticed. Look, I said, you want to reform the first language of the people around here who you think you will save? She lost her election by the largest margin of any candidate. I have asked Latinos around here about “Latinx,” and the first reaction is to be dumbfounded that anyone could be so stupid.

    healthguyfsu in reply to RandomCrank. | April 12, 2022 at 7:29 am

    I read your narrative and enjoyed the read.

    I have problems with this sentence:
    “Our landscape designer (believe me, “value added” — not a grass cutter) is here on a green card, and I never miss the chance to urge him to become a citizen as soon as he can.”

    Not that you said it, but that we feel the need for it to be said. I really hate that this propaganda of wanting every foreign born individual out of the country perpetuates as a stereotype for conservatives.

    Anyone who comes in legally and works hard, even if they are a fast food technician, deserves to be a part of this. That’s all most of us want. Heck, look how many jobs we can’t fill right now because the Dems give away so much crap to people unwilling to take jobs.

    If we fill all of those jobs with ambitious workers, then we put upward pressure on the lazies to get off their ass and do something, especially if we cut off their gravy train when more kids are born to welfare homes. Kids who are born to welfare homes should be taken away and adopted to a responsible family desperately seeking to care for a child and raise them with dignity. I know that will lead to a whole slew of wailing and gnashing but it’s the best solution to a Dem-created problem.

    Anyhow, rant over….I just hope that we can come up with a more welcoming way to reach out to these legal, hard-working immigrants that we have a lot in common with.