The Democrats appear to be in denial about their losses among Hispanic voters. Each day that we get closer to the midterm election, the Democrats continue to lose support. It seems like they can’t figure out why, but they simply need to look in the mirror to find the answer.
The New York Times and Siena College poll released this week shows Biden’s approval rating among Hispanics is staggeringly low and there’s no sign of that improving. This is a major blow to the Democrats’ hopes of retaining the Senate majority after the midterm elections.
Democrats now have a bigger advantage among white college graduates than they do with nonwhite voters, Axios’ Josh Kraushaar writes from a New York Times/Siena College poll.
Why it matters: We’re seeing a political realignment in real time.
- Democrats are becoming the party of upscale voters concerned more about issues like gun control and abortion rights.
- Republicans are quietly building a multiracial coalition of working-class voters, with inflation as an accelerant.