A recent poll revealed that historically left Latino voters are leaning more right than ever.
"Latino voters in the U.S. have shifted away from favoring Democratic politicians and have aligned overwhelmingly with Republicans," reports JustTheNews.
The poll revealed "49% of self-described conservative Latinos said they preferred Democratic control of Congress, versus 40% who wanted Republicans in charge."
A NBC News/Telemundo poll revealed, "a whopping 73% of conservative Latinos say they prefer Republicans in control of Congress, versus 17% who prefer Democrats."
The shift reveals "a net 65-point swing in a decade."
"NBC News Senior Political Editor Mark Murray said on Twitter that those results constituted 'maybe the most fascinating finding' from the poll," according to JustTheNews.
NBC noted, "Liberal Latinos" have "gone from D+65 in 2012 to D+80 now."
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