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Title: Hispanics SHOULD be Voting For Democrats - Frump Making Life Worse
Post by: davik62 on 10 27, 18, 10:38:39:AM
Around half of Hispanics living in the U.S. say life has gotten worse under President Donald Trump with more than 60 percent
saying they are "dissatisfied" with the current direction the country is headed in, a new study shows.

Asked whether their lives had gotten "better," "worse" or had stayed "about the same" over the past year, 47 percent of Latinos
said they felt their "situation in the U.S." had "worsened over the past year," the study, conducted by the Pew Research Center,
found.

The number not only represents a significant increase in dissatisfaction from the 32 percent who felt life had gotten worse in the
weeks after Trump won the 2016 presidential election, but it also represents the highest spike since the Great Recession, which
marked a period of sharp decline in economic activity during the late 2000s.

Six-out-of-10 Hispanics (62 percent) said they were dissatisfied with the way things are currently going in the U.S., also up from
2017 and being the highest number since the Great Recession, when 70 percent of Hispanics said they were dissatisfied with the
nation's direction.

Nearly half, or 49 percent, of Hispanics polled said that they have "serious concerns about their place in American society now"
compared to 41 percent in 2017 and a majority (55 percent) said they have concerns that a family member or close friend could
be deported from the country.



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