Sit down liberals, this is going to come as a shock to you.
A new poll showed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with a sizeable lead over Hillary Clinton among Hispanic voters, the Daily Caller reported.
The One America News / Gravis Marketing poll tapped 1,500 registered voters, ten percent of whom were Hispanic. It has a plus or minus 2.5 percent margin of error.
The poll did find some slightly good news for Democrats as it showed Clinton leading Trump 51 to 49 percent when the two candidates were the only options.
The numbers changed to a 48 to 46 percent lead when “other” was available as a choice.
Trump and Clinton both grabbed at least 85 percent support among their parties as well, a damaging hit to the idea that the #NeverTrump campaign would have any real impact on the general election.
Clinton’s small lead fell within the margin or error and is a far cry from the landslide victory for Clinton many in the media were quick to predict.
Clinton did maintain a big advantage with African-Americans who broke for her at a rate of 87 percent.
It should be noted that the poll was conducted on May 10, early in the race before Trump really had a chance to hammer Clinton on her negatives.
Equally troubling for Clinton, Hispanic voters know the difference between illegal immigrants and all Hispanics, despite the Democrat machine’s rigorous attempts to tie the two together.
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