Clinton has 50-point lead among Latinos: new poll

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WASHINGTON — When it comes to the Latino vote, Hillary Clinton has a 50-point lead over Donald Trump, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll.

And more Latinos surveyed said they were interested in voting. The survey takes a national look at the Latino political landscape.

Among the findings of Latino likely voters:

• In a four-way match up, Clinton has 67 percent to Trump’s 17 percent. Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein each have 3 percent.

• Onfavorability, Trump has 13 percent positive to Clinton’s 59 percent positive.

• Debates made a difference; 54 percent said it made them more likely to support Clinton.

NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll:“The poll of 300 Latino voters was conducted October 10-13. The margin of error for 300 interviews among registered voters is ±5.66% The margin of error for 255 interviews among likely voters is ±6.14%”

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