2014 Latino Election Eve Poll of Nearly 5,000 Latino Voters Nationwide
Washington, DC – An election-eve poll of nearly 5,000 Latino voters nationwide and in key battleground states will provide insights into Latino voter behavior in the 2014 elections.
The results will include detailed data on Latino voters nationwide and in the following battleground states: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Illinois, Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Nevada, Arizona and California.
The findings will focus on which candidates and parties Latino voters cast their ballots for; their motivations for doing so; their views on key issues; and their views on 2016 presidential hopefuls.
The poll also will include an oversample of registered Latino voters who did not participate in the 2014 elections to explore their reasons for not voting as well as their views on issues.
The poll is being conducted by Latino Decisions. The original sponsors for the poll are America’s Voice, Latino Victory Project, and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), and they have been joined by the following partners: AFL-CIO, Mi Familia Vota, NALEO Educational Fund and People For the American Way.
The release of the poll results begins on Election Day, Tuesday, and culminates with a press conference Wednesday, November 5th at 12:30 pm ET in the National Press Club restaurant (complete with livestream access for those unable to attend; for those who can attend, arrive by 12:15 to pick up lunch as event will start promptly at 12:30 pm).
The first stage will be released on Tuesday, November 4th at 1pm ET/10am PT, and will focus on the top issues for Latino voters.
The second round of polling will be released Election night as polls close across the country, indicating how Latinos voted on key propositions and in Senate, House and Gubernatorial races in states where the Latino vote has been oversampled. The third and final round of polling will be released on Wednesday, November 5th at 12:30pm ET/9:30am PT at the event sponsored by Latino Victory Project at the National Press Club.
The program will include a full presentation by Latino Decisions as well as brief comments from representatives from each of the participating organizations. Livestream access to Wednesday’s event will be available for media assembled outside Washington, DC.
Poll findings will be posted to www.latinovote2014.com as they are made public. Please note the full poll results will be available under embargo starting at 9am ET/6am PT on November 5th (please send an email to [email protected] to receive a copy of this data under embargo).
Additional information about the sequence of releases and November 5th event follows below:
WHAT: 2014 LATINOELECTION EVE POLL OF VOTERS NATIONWIDE AND IN 10 STATES: FL, GA, NC, IL, TX, KS, CO, NV, AZ, CA
WHEN: FIRST RELEASE OF DATA: November 4th at 1pm ET/10am PT: Top Policy Issues for Latino voters this election cycle HORSERACE NUMBERS: November 4th Between 7:30pm ET/4:30pm PT-11pm ET/8pm PT: Information on how Latinos voted in Senate, House and Gubernatorial races and on key state propositions will become available as polls close in each respective state oversampled
MAIN EVENT/FULL RELEASE OF DATA: November 5th at 12:30pm ET/9:30am PT: National Press Club 4th Estate Restaurant, 529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC (please arrive by 12:15 to pick up lunch; event will start promptly at 12:30 pm).
Additional Information on Wednesday’s National Press Club Event (lunch will be provided):
PRESENTERS: Matt Barreto, Co-Founder, Latino Decisions Gary Segura, Co-Founder, Latino Decisions
They’ll be joined by the following speakers:
ORIGINAL Henry Munoz, Co-Founder,Latino Victory Project SPONSORS: Janet Murguía, President and CEO, National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Frank Sharry, Executive Director, America’s Voice
PARTNERS: Ben Monterroso, Executive Director, Mi Familia Vota Laura Maristany, Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, NALEO Educational Fund Randy Borntrager, Political Director, People For the American Way Representative from the AFL-CIO
Wednesday’s event will be available via livestream here. Note you will be able to ask a question by following the prompts at this URL.