New Florida poll shows DeSantis and Rubio with huge lead among Hispanic voters

A new poll in Florida indicates that not only do Gov. Ron DeSantis and Sen. Marco Rubio hold substantial leads with all voters in their reelection bids, they both have a huge lead against their Democrat opponents among the state’s Hispanic voters.

Via El American:

Spectrum News/Siena College poll shows growth for Republicans in Florida and projects them with a big lead in the governor’s and Senate races just weeks before midterm elections.  

According to the poll, FL Gov. Ron DeSantis leads the race against his Democratic opponent, Congressman Charlie Crist, 49% to 41%. Meanwhile, Senator Marco Rubio outperformed his Democratic opponent, Congresswoman Val Demings, who was 48% to 41%.

DeSantis and Rubio among Hispanics

Regarding Hispanic support for these candidates, the conclusion is impressive. However, the survey reveals that the Hispanic community favors Republican candidates. In this group, DeSantis had 53% support to Crist’s 37%, and Rubio with 55% support to Demings’ 32%.  

Respondents stated that the issues they consider when deciding their vote are inflation and the high cost of living. Secondly, the threat to democracy is considered in their political decisions.

Only Democrats can be surprised at the results of this poll. These are the same Democrats who thought it was a good idea to run Castro-regime sympathizer Charlie Crist and his far-left extremist running mate “Karla Marx” for governor and defund the police proponent Val Demings for Senate. It seems Florida Democrats still haven’t figured out embracing socialist policies and nominating radical leftists for state-wide office is a losing proposition in this state.

Florida Democrats vehemently deny they sympathize with left-wing extremism, but so far, they haven’t given Floridians any reason to believe they don’t.

6 thoughts on “New Florida poll shows DeSantis and Rubio with huge lead among Hispanic voters”

  1. Crist is apparently running a vanity campaign he does not expect and may not even want to win. Whatever his “issues” (and he does have them), it remains disgraceful and discrediting that he was able to get the Dem nomination being such damaged goods. The message that the Dems could do no better than a shifty (not to say repugnant) turncoat is anything but reassuring, let alone inspiring.

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