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Now to another influential voting bloc Hispanics we told you earlier that Mitt Romney spoke to a big group a short time ago in California.
My colleague Bill Hemmer reports the Republican.
As a major work to do.
President Barack Obama and vice president Joseph Biden holed a thirty point lead over challenger governor Mitt Romney.
And congressman Paul Ryan among Latino likely voters.
That's according to a just released Fox News -- -- poll.
Obama 60% Latino support.
Is less than the 67%.
He received in the 2008 exit polls but the new polls suggest undecided Latinos will break his way.
I would vote for Obama.
Latino voters are far more likely to approve of the job that President Obama is doing compared to the nation at large 65%.
Of Latino voters approve of the job that the president is doing compare that to 50%.
Of the population at large in the latest Fox News poll.
In addition more Latino voters are satisfied -- not with the way things are going in the country the opposite is true for all voters.
And Latinos are more optimistic about the future consider this while less than half of all voters think life will be better for Americans in the future.
Almost three quarters of -- -- the next generation of Latinos.
Would have a better life than today and 88% say their family either has or will achieve the American dream.
Romney does beat Obama among two subgroups Latinos with household incomes over a 100000 dollars they go for Romney 49 to 44%.
He also does better among Cuban Americans who prefer him over Obama.
46 to 39%.
Now back to you Brett.
Bill thank you.
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