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Tender Branson
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« on: July 02, 2013, 01:28:07 am »

66-28 Clinton/Rubio
73-21 Clinton/Ryan
74-20 Clinton/Bush

60-28 Biden/Rubio
64-25 Biden/Ryan
60-30 Biden/Bush

About the poll: Latino Decisions interviewed 1,200 Latino presidential election voters (validated turnout in 2012 and 2008 elections) nationwide from June 20‐June 30, 2013. Interviews were conducted in English or Spanish, at the respondent's discretion. The overall survey carries a margin of error of +/-2.8%.

http://www.latinodecisions.com/files/9113/7269/7724/AV_LD_2016_Presidential_Toplines_Release_July_1.pdf
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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2013, 07:18:24 am »

favorability/unfavorability among Latino voters:

Clinton 73/17% for +56%
Biden 58/21% for +37%
Castro 34/7% for +27%
Christie 38/12% for +26%
Cuomo 33/15% for +18%
Martinez 25/12% for +13%
Booker 18/7% for +11%
Cruz 25/20% for +5%
O'Malley 10/5% for +5%
Rubio 31/29% for +2%
Patrick 10/10% for +/-0
Santorum 17/24% for -7%
Paul 17/27% for -10%
Ryan 20/31% for -11%
Bush 27/39% for -12%

It looks like the last names of Cruz, Martinez, and Rubio do at least put them a bit higher than "generic Republican".
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« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2013, 09:12:26 am »

favorability/unfavorability among Latino voters:

Clinton 73/17% for +56%
Biden 58/21% for +37%
Castro 34/7% for +27%
Christie 38/12% for +26%
Cuomo 33/15% for +18%
Martinez 25/12% for +13%
Booker 18/7% for +11%
Cruz 25/20% for +5%
O'Malley 10/5% for +5%
Rubio 31/29% for +2%
Patrick 10/10% for +/-0
Santorum 17/24% for -7%
Paul 17/27% for -10%
Ryan 20/31% for -11%
Bush 27/39% for -12%

This just shows how little known Julian Castro still is to the average latino. Only 41% of latino voters have heard about him. That's compared to 90% for Hillary, 79% for Biden, 66% for Jeb Bush, 60% for Rubio, 51% for Paul Ryan, 50% for Christie, 48% for Cuomo, 45% for Ted Cruz, 44% for Rand Paul and even the same amount, 41% for Santorum. On the other hand, it's not at all bad that Julian Castro is already as well-known in the latino community as Rick Santorum, who got so much attention during the Republican primary season for his many, incredibly stupid and bigoted remarks. Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2013, 08:00:40 pm »

What about after campaigning against each other for several months? Who would win then? The only way is to have an election.
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