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July 12, 2013 11:40 AM Could the GOP Lose Generations of Latino Voters?

The handful of studies on Latino party identification tends to emphasize its variability across elections as a result of the candidate position-taking on key issues, and the fact that parental socialization of American politics is nonexistent for immigrants (Wong 2000;...

By John Sides

October 29, 2012 8:56 AM The GOP's One, Tiny Concession to the Latino Vote

Brad Bailey stalked restroom entrances for days at the Republican National Convention before he finally met Ann Coulter. A blond, seafood restaurateur from Houston who looks like he should be ensconced in a cubicle somewhere selling life insurance, Bailey immediately...

By Terrence M. McCoy

July 31, 2012 12:59 PM Mitt Romney Insults Latinos Again

Well, we all know that Mitt Romney has insulted Palestinians by suggesting that the reason why the Palestinian territories have a worse economy than Israel derives from culture.But then he tried to make up for it by saying this: After...

By Jonathan Zasloff

April 10, 2012 12:12 PM Latinos and the Culture War

Evangelicalism is the most potent worldview force in conservatizing Latino political attitudes, with secularity and Catholicism influential to a lesser degree as well. From a newly published piece (gated; ungated) by Troy Gibson and Christopher Hare.  Here’s a table from...

By John Sides