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It’s early, but Joe Biden is currently struggling among Hispanic voters.
According to CNN, Biden’s exit polls numbers among Hispanic voters are down drastically from Hillary Clinton’s numbers four years ago. This includes key battleground states, Florida, Georgia, and Ohio.
Hispanic voters per early 2020 exit polls:
2016: Clinton +27
2020: Biden +8
2016: Clinton +40
2020: Biden +25
2016: Clinton +41
2020: Biden +24
— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) November 4, 2020
At OutKick, we wrote last week that President Donald Trump was gaining support with Hispanic voters:
“This year, Biden may have cut into Trump’s lead with expected older white voters, but Trump has made new inroads with black and Hispanic voters. Among non-white voters, Biden has a 42-point lead over President Trump, nine points behind the 51-point lead that Clinton had four years ago.”
As of the time of publication, The New York Times projects Trump to win Florida and Georgia. Ohio is still too early to call.