Only about 25 percent of Latinos identify with Joe Biden’s progressive identity politics, while more than 60 percent of Latinos favor Donald Trump’s populist, pro-American pitch, according to a September 18 report in the New York Times.
A slew of recent polls from battlegrounds across the country seem to indicate that former Vice President Joe Biden’s lackluster standing among Latino voters could end up costing him the White House.
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