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An exclusive Fox News Latino poll of likely Latino voters so as a significant preference for president Barack Obama.
And perhaps a warning signs of the Republican Party.
NN head to head matchup against Obama neither Romney -- it's -- or Gingrich who garnered more than 14% of the Latino vote.
That's a staggering six to one advantage for Obama.
When Latinos were asked which Republican they like to see win the nomination Mitt Romney was the clear favorite with 35% of the vote.
Say they're still undecided -- -- maybe more surprising is where Obama is getting his support.
Nearly half of those -- Beatles -- supported John McCain in 2008 are now supporting Obama.
What matters most to -- -- 49%.
Said the economy and Joseph how's the top issue.
Followed by education and health care and lastly immigration with just 12% who say it's their top concern.
Still experts say immigration should not be overlooked in this election because Latinos view the candidate's stance on immigration issues as a moral compass for their -- The Fox News -- poll shows that an overwhelming nine and ten Latinos support the DREAM Act which would provide undocumented -- a path to citizenship.
They feel that children who were brought here.
You know illegally by their parents.
Had no say in this decision and shouldn't pay the consequences.
And that they should be allowed to go on to call it.
82% believe undocumented workers to jobs most Americans don't want to do.
Favor providing a path toward citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Even if they themselves -- not facing an immigration issue.
They feel that immigration policy the United States is too strict.
Of Latinos believe the term illegal immigrant is offensive as for who benefits most from this issue.
Not because they love what he's doing with immigration but just because of it for.
Is not as far as what they're hearing from Republicans and.
But perhaps there could be a wild card chance for Republicans cigar more Latino votes heading into November.
34% of Latinos say they would be more electable Republican in the candidate's vice presidential pick was -- deep.
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