Latino Decisions asked Latino voters why they voted. While
39% said it was to support a Democrat and 15% to support the Republicans, 36%
stated their primary reason for voting was to support their community. That
probably has something to do with concerns over immigration since that was the
second most important issue on their minds and 60% know someone lacking legal
immigration status. But the most telling answer on this subject was in response
to the question of whether Republican support for comprehensive immigration
reform would make them more likely to vote for the GOP candidate. The answers

31% - more likely

11% - less likely

48% - no effect

10%  - don't know


The President was seen more favorably by 58% of Latino
voters as a result of his DACA policy while Mitt Romney was seen less favorably
by 57% as a result of his "self-deport" comments.