Hillary Clinton is walloping Donald Trump by a “historic” 30-point margin among likely Florida Hispanic voters, according to a new Univision poll that shows she’s tied with him among Cuban-American voters who were once a bulwark of Republican support.
Clinton’s 58-28 percent lead is a net 6-point shift in her favor since Univision polled the presidential race last month with Florida Latinos. Her 30-point margin compares to President Obama’s final 21-point spread in his historic rout of Republican Mitt Romney among Florida Latinos, according to exit polls at the end of the 2012 election.
“We’re looking at Hillary Clinton winning historic margins with Latinos in Florida at this rate,” said Fernand Amandi, a Bendixen & Amanadi International pollster and Democrat who paired with the Republican Tarrance Group to conduct the bipartisan poll of 400 likely Hispanic voters in Florida and three other swing states.
If Clinton’s current margins with Hispanics in the Univision poll hold, Trump’s ability to win Florida — and therefore the White House — are seriously in doubt.