The Latino Decisions 2016 Election Eve Poll is a national survey of 5,600 Latino voters, with state-specific results in 12 states, in addition to a 50-state weighted national result. Interviews were conducted in English or Spanish, from a random sample of Latino voters in the final days before the election, offering exclusive information about the Latino electorate including Presidential and Senate vote choices, issue priorities, and evaluations of both major parties.
The national sample carries an overall margin of error of +/-1.8 percentage points. Florida has 800 completed interviews and carries a margin of error of +/-3.5 percentage points. The remaining individual states sampled -- Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, New York, Nevada, North Carolina Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin, and Virginia – have 400 complete interviews and carry a margin of error of +/-4.9 percentage points.
The poll was sponsored by the America's Voice, SEIU, Latino Victory Project, Mi Familia Vota, and National Council of La Raza. Results are broken out across 12 critical states in 2016: AZ, CA, CO, FL, IL, OH, NC, NV, NY, TX, VA, WI.Click here for the detailed Methodology Statement.