Poll Indicates a "Red Wave" Could Happen in November

“Hispanic voters are fleeing the Democrat party because they know Democrats’ socialist agenda is a direct threat to the American Dream and will run the economy into the ground.”

Daniel Molina
Daniel Molina
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February 19, 2022

Florida Republicans are expecting a “red wave” in the upcoming midterm election, and a new poll might indicate that Republicans could pick up seat in November. A recent battleground survey conducted shows that there is “a deep dive on a key target group: Hispanic voters.”

Florida Senator Rick Scott (R), the Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, has been vocal of his belief that Republicans will win big in 2022, and the recent battleground survey shows that the GOP has accrued “substantial gains among Hispanic voters in battleground districts and severely diminished the Democrats’ advantage.” Moreover, “Republicans hold substantial leads on the issues most important to Hispanic voters: the economy, rising costs, crime and protecting the American Dream.”

In a memo released, providing further information on the survey, key takeaways listed included Hispanic voters being “evenly divided on the job President Biden is doing (46% approve – 46% disapprove), but there are considerably more who strongly disapprove (37%) of his performance than strongly approve (23%).”

In addition, “Biden’s job approval numbers are underwater with several key Hispanic voter groups, including Independents (35% approve – 49% disapprove), men (41%-52%), moms (43%-50%), and those under the age of 55 (42%-49%).”

Lastly, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D) is considered “the most unpopular Democrat politician among Hispanic battleground voters.”

Camille Gallo, the NRCC Spokeswoman, released a statement, commenting that “Hispanic voters are fleeing the Democrat party because they know Democrats’ socialist agenda is a direct threat to the American Dream and will run the economy into the ground.”

The survey compiled information from “47 battleground districts that have a sizeable percentage of Hispanic voters and will determine control of Congress ahead of the 2022 midterm election.”

The findings come at a time when 30 Democratic members of Congress have announced that they will not run for reelection in contrast to 13 Republican members that have announced the same.

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Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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