Hispanic Voters in the 2008 Election Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Hispanic Voters in the 2008 Election
An analysis of the voting patterns in the Hispanic community in the 2008 elections.
# 141843 | 1,750 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (Election and Campaigns) , Ethnic Studies (General)


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The paper relates that examining the results of the 2008 election indicates that Senator Obama's call for fundamental change resonated among Hispanic voters as it did throughout most of the electorate. The paper explains that more than many other demographic groups, Hispanics have been victimized by Republican economic policies which favor big business interests over average American workers, and this had a significant effect on which candidate they supported, but the Republican Party's harshly restrictive position on immigration policy was one of the most decisive factors affecting the Hispanic vote, which went to Senator Obama by a two-to-one margin.

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"Examining the results of the 2008 election indicates that Senator Obama's call for fundamental change resonated among Hispanic voters as it did throughout most of the electorate. More than many other demographic groups, Hispanics have been victimized by Republican economic policies which favor big business interests over average American workers, and this had a significant effect on which candidate they supported, but the Republican Party's harshly restrictive position on immigration policy was..."

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