The latest in a series of tracking polls conducted by impreMedia, parent company of the Spanish-language daily La OpiniÃ³n, and the polling firm Latino Decisions addresses Latino voters' attitude toward the coming election. In short, their enthusiasm seems to be waning, though their interest in specific election issues remains the same.
According to the results, only 44 percent of the Latino registered voters polled nationwide said they were "very enthusiastic" about participating in next year's presidential election, a measure that has slipped from 47 percent in October and 50 percent in August. A little more than half said they were certain to vote for President Obama, whose Latino support has also slipped. That said, the economy, jobs, and immigration continue to be the top three election issues for those polled.
The full report can be viewed by clicking on the links below. An excerpt: