Thursday, May 17, 2012

News Rewritten

Positive News For Obama’s Re-election Campaign

From a new poll it is appeared that, President Barak Obama,  was chosen by more than two third of Hispanic people against his Republican Rival even they disapprove his illegal immigration policy widely.

The Pew Hispanic Center discloses a survey report that if Obama were to face Mitt Romney , former governor of Massachusetts in November 2012 , the cast ballot  of Hispanic would be 68 percent for Democratic candidate.
It is noticed  from the poll that Romney would get only 23 percent vote against Obama. If Obama  have to contest with another hopeful Republican , Rich Perry, Texas Governor, it would be changed to 69-23.
It is a very positive news for Obama’s re-election campaign. Such vote count is he a sign of repetition of the record of 2008 election when Obama won 67 percent of key voting bloc.

The Pew Center did not mentioned any data about the contest between Obama  and Newt Gingrich, the former speaker and the main rival of Romney.

In the end of  2010 , Hispanic voter of Obama got down to 49 from 58 . The Pew center  mentioned it as higher  than the overall Obama’s job approval rating of 46 percent.

557 voters were participated among 1220 Hispanic voters in the poll which was held in November and December and conducted by Pew Center. According to the participants all of them were registered voters  Here the point of error is plus minus 5.2.
Though 59 percent  Latino voters  do not approve the Obama’s deportation policy of illegal immigration,  his  strong lead comes from Latinos. 

From government data, Pew Center cited that nearly 400,000 people were deported every year during Obama’s period,

The Poll showed that jobs, education and health care are the top issues  of Latino  voters.

In the November 2012 election about 21 million of Hispanics are not legible to vote among the more than 50 million.


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