2024 Election

'TREMENDOUS SHIFT': CNN Highlights Biden's Struggle With Hispanic Voters, Hurts Him in NV, AZ [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.10.24

CNN’s senior data analyst Harry Enten highlighted President Biden’s struggle with Hispanic voters on Monday and stressed how it could sink him in Arizona and Nevada.

“Look at this change in the vote … at this point in 2020, Joe Biden had a very clear advantage … look at this tremendous shift! Oh my goodness gracious. Biden has dropped by 8 points … Trump is up 12 points,” Enten said while reviewing the latest polling data.

“How is this manifesting itself in the battleground states?” CNN News Central host John Berman asked.

“Let’s take a look here,” Enten told Berman. “Hispanics share of likely voters. Where are these campaigns going to be focusing if they’re focusing on Hispanic voters? Well, it’s pretty clear from this screen, John, that they’re going to be focusing on the Southwest, right? Nevada, 19%, that’s percentage of Hispanics makeup of likely voters. How about Arizona? They make up 17%.”

“The rest of these battleground states, these key battleground states, those six battleground states, we keep focusing on, Spanish voters don’t make up that large of a share,” Enten continued. “They make up the largest share in Georgia, 5%, but those Great Lake battleground states, four, three, two percent, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania. The focus here, John, is going to be in Nevada and Arizona in the southwest if they’re interested in breaking through with Hispanic voters.”

“The bottom line here … where Hispanic voters make up a significant share of the electorate, that is where Joe Biden is struggling the most relative to four years ago,” Enten says.

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