Latina Moms could make a difference this coming presidential elections. In 2008 39% of Latinas voted compared to 29% of Latinos and this year, Latina Moms could go to the polls in much bigger numbers and be the ones who elect the next Presidente of the United States. What Motivates this women to vote? What
Latina Moms Decision 2012
Is the hopeful Republican presidential candidate a ‘Machista’? And what do Latina moms think about him
Each month, 50,000 Hispanics turns 18, a group of Latina moms in San Diego, California are making sure the mother’s of these young Latinos lead by example and vote this coming election, so the Latino community’s voice is heard in Washington. Watch my story on Fox News Latino by clicking here
Issues that matter to Latina Moms the most: If the 2012 election for President was held today and the candidates were Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama who would you most likely vote for? Do you think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an independent, or something else? 43% of the Latina Moms
According to the 2010 U.S Census, over half of the Hispanic population in the United States resided in just three states: California, Texas, and Florida. In 2010, 37.6 million, or 75 % , of Hispanics lived in the eight states with Hispanic populations of one million or more
And although according to the National Hispana Leadership Institute, only 63% of Latinas in the United States have completed highschool, 4.4% have a bachelor’s degree, 3.5% a master’s degree, less than 2% have a doctorate and only 3.6% of Latinas work in management or professional occupations, a big number of Latinas are not stay at home moms anymore.