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Survey: Latino voters favor stricter gun laws




Experts say universal background checks need to be updated and changed to actually work.
Experts say universal background checks need to be updated and changed to actually work.
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Catholics in L.A. may have different ideas about the next pope, bu Latinos in the U.S. are finding agreement over a different issue: gun control.

A new survey by Latino Decisions, a political opinion research firm, shows that across the board, Latinos support stronger gun laws. That may complicate matters for a GOP that backs gun rights, but is also trying to court their vote.



Joining us for more on these numbers is Adrian Pantoja, senior analyst at Latino Decisions.