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Miami - November 05, 2019 - Coming off the broadcasts of the first exclusive interview granted by President Trump to a Spanish-language network and the first presidential Democratic debate of the cycle, Telemundo network dives into Decision 2020 elections coverage with the release of Noticias Telemundo’s “State of the Latino Vote Poll – One Year Out,” a comprehensive survey of 1,000 Hispanic registered voters nationwide.
“The 2020 elections kicked off on Noticias Telemundo with Trump’s exclusive interview and the first presidential debate,” said Patsy Loris, Senior Vice President for Elections 2020 and Special Projects. “Our main objective commissioning this poll exactly one year out is to prove to our community that Noticias Telemundo is committed to highlighting the needs of Latinos in the United States, to show that our vote is up for grabs and, most importantly, to empower them with the information they need to decide which candidate best represents them.”
The poll, produced in partnership with Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy, measures vote intention and sentiment on multiple issues, shedding light on the current perceptions of the largest minority ethnic group to vote in 2020. Main findings include:
Since moving to Telemundo Center in April 2018, Noticias Telemundo has undergone an expansion process to prepare for its Decision 2020 elections coverage, including the launch of its award-winning studio and the incorporation of 10 journalists to its team, the last quarter of 2020, including three former New York Times en Español journalists.
For more information on the poll, visit NoticiasTelemundo.com.
Survey methodology: This poll was conducted for Noticias Telemundo by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy, Inc. from October 24 through October 28, 2019. A total of 1,000 registered Hispanic voters were interviewed nationwide by telephone. Those interviewed were randomly selected from a phone-matched voter registration list that included both land-line and cell phone numbers. Quotas were assigned to reflect Hispanic voter registration by state. The margin for error, according to standards customarily used by statisticians, is no more than ± 3.2 percentage points. This means that there is a 95 percent probability that the "true" figure would fall within that range if all Hispanic voters nationwide were surveyed. The margin for error is higher for any sub-group, such as a gender or age grouping.
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