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How -- get back to November election please according to the latest Fox News poll 60% of Latino voters support President Obama.
Only 30% for governor Romney.
I say the president Obama's appeal to the Latino vote with his woke permit program trumps anything that mr.
-- -- -- Jennifer -- from the Hispanic leadership network is here we've had this discussion before but I that a repeat my point of view.
Okay I don't think that governor Romney.
Can make -- serious inroads into the Latino vote because President Obama is offering amnesty.
And that's the key issue for Hispanic voters analyst day they wanna stay okay.
About beats out any lack of jobs that Hispanics feel.
Good morning Stuart thinks -- good morning sir I -- I would have -- -- be at odds with you on this -- came out from Fox News looking out it's as the number one issue for Hispanics is the economy.
They care about how they're gonna pay their bills idea to keep their job -- -- pay for their home so there's really going to be voting with their pocket.
And if that's the case and the American economy is in dire straits I think we agree on that one.
How come that 60% of Latino vote is still vote for President Obama and only 30% would go for governor Romney.
Well actually if you look at polls have to look at the serious of polls.
A bombing it had 68% he's -- 60%.
Ronnie started in the teens he's had a 30% so he is making inroads and Hispanics are looking at.
Obama and saying he broke his promises to me and even know what you're talking about the pseudo DREAM Act -- he passed without any congress or senate approval.
That is just it's very cynical -- to handle immigration and it was just.
A sort of cable for me I can give -- things but -- we know is that Obama broke his promise and didn't address immigration at all in the first three and half years of his president.
I just want to break this -- down even a little further and look specifically at Florida.
That there a large number of Cuban Americans.
-- Hispanics that vote in Florida Florida's a key 29 Electoral College votes state.
I believe that the Cuban vote will go overwhelmingly.
To governor Romney and not to President Obama so in the state of Florida.
The Hispanic vote will go to the right as of as opposed to the left and President Obama.
Well Florida's definitely different you know Hispanics are not monolithic if it differently so Hispanics.
Even Cubans in Miami think differently than Hispanics in New Mexico or even a northern Florida.
-- what you have is -- a window of opportunity I'm not saying that Ronnie doesn't have a challenge it is an uphill fight.
But we still have almost fifty days left of the election.
And so he still has the opportunity.
To talk about the issues that Hispanics care about and he did that just yesterday by going to the US Hispanic chamber of commerce and he did -- -- overwhelmingly.
A good response from them all right.
We hey Jennifer -- then governor Romney is making progress and chipping away at president Obama's leadership amongst Hispanics we appreciate being with -- -- -- -- Thank you so much -- day deny.