Latino Leaders Against Trump, Skeptical of Clinton

Story tools

A A AResize

Print

 

A non-scientific survey of nearly 400 Latino leaders in 21 states and Puerto Rico found that the vast majority was unified in their opposition to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, but also had concerns over what a Hillary Clinton presidency would mean for Latino communities, reports Pilar Marrero for La Opinión. The survey, by the National Institute for Latino Policy, interviewed 389 "opinion leaders" including public offcials, directors of community organizations and business leaders.

Read more