Regarding that “Cuban-American majority for Obama”….Hummmmm???????????

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You Floridians will immediatly recognize the black precincts as those where most Americans of Cuban heritage reside.

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Well, black denotes where Romney won (often overwhelmingly), blue where Obama won. More from Mauricio Claver-Carone:

“Like every election cycle, Sergio Bendixen, who is infamously known for the inacuracy of his polls, is once again peddling inaccurate exit polling data about Cuban-American voting trends.

5 thoughts on “Regarding that “Cuban-American majority for Obama”….Hummmmm???????????

  1. I don’t know, I’ve played around with the results map http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/11/06/3085128/interactive-miami-dade-precinct.html and looking at my own neighborhood in Hialeah the results are shocking. In precinct 322 which is the “Lago Grande” community Obama won 61% of the vote while Romney only received 38%. In precinct 321 right behind La Carreta and Westland Mall Obama won 51% of the vote. In my precinct, 320, Romney only received 55% of the vote. In most of the Hialeah precincts Romney barely makes it past 60%. I only found one precinct in Hialeah where Romney got 70% of the vote and that’s precinct 325, the Palm Springs Mile area.

  2. A cursory look shows that Romney got between 60 and 70% in a lot of the majority Cuban-American neighborhoods in West Dade. The question is: did the areas of strongest support erode since 2008? I think that was the case but we’ll have to crunch the numbers to figure that out.

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