Latin America

He is much talk that Obama is the first President of USA color. He is, also, the American who has achieved more Hispanic votes. The latino vote is that has grown the most in these elections. In the U.S. in 2004 voted 7.6 million Hispanics and today it is estimated that there was between 9.6 and 11 million Latino voters: a growth rate ranging between over 25% to almost 50%. The latino vote was crucial to making 5 of 9 States that in 2004 covered by republished now event by Democrats: New Mexico, Colorado, Florida, Virginia and Nevada.

If Americans were that percentage more funds provided by his brother’s race, latinos were ethnicity that veered more toward the Democrats. The percentage of Hispanics who voted Democrat rose from 53% in 2004 to 67% in 2008. The 10-11 million Latino voters could still be more because it is estimated that there are 44 million Hispanics in the United States and that U.S. Latino population will increase from the current 15% to 25% in the middle of the century. After the victory of Obama You can go is gestating the future emergence of the first latino President of the United States of America. Meanwhile new Mexico and California can finish taking a percentage of Hispanic same today are Belize, Bolivia or Guatemala.