In Florida, Senator Marco Rubio seeks to maintain his position and has the support of Hispanics, especially Cuban voters, since 72% plan to vote for him in the next elections

In a survey carried out in Florida, the result was that Hispanics registered in the state to vote in the midterm elections on November 8 will give their support to Republican Senator Marco Rubio, who is facing his Democratic rival, Val Demings, who in some areas has obtained the support of the citizens.

There are only a few weeks left for the mid-term voting and the race between the candidates is closing more and more, above all the voters are directing their support to those who, until now, have convinced them the most with their proposals.

In Florida, Senator Marco Rubio seeks to keep his position and is facing Democrat Val Demings, who stands out on good ground. The Republican has gained an advantage, since he is promoted by Cubans who live in the state, in addition to other Hispanics who trust him to solve the problems that affect them.

A poll prepared by Telemundo/LX News revealed that if the elections were held today, 49% of Hispanics would vote for Marco Rubio, who is of Cuban origin, and 42% for Demings, who was the Orlando’s first female police chief. 7% of those surveyed have not yet decided their vote and 2% support minority candidates.

A more segmented survey conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy from October 17 to 20, defines that 72% of voters of Cuban origin support the Republican senator and 22% Demings, but she is favored by Puerto Ricans with a 59% vs. 32%. Voters from other Latin American countries favor Val Demings at 49%, the poll showed.

These statistics questioned 625 Hispanics registered as voters and have a margin of error of 4 percentage points. Elaborate questions also described his vote for governor of the state where Ron DeSantis leads his rival Charlie Crist by 7 points.

On the other hand, Senator Rubio faced criticism from a father who lost his 14-year-old daughter in the Parkland shooting in 2018. Fred Guttenberg called the Republican a “pathetic liar,” then reversed his support. to the restrictions on the age for the purchase of weapons.

In recent days, when the debate between Marco Rubio and Val Demings took place, the Republican said that raising the age for people to buy a firearm is a “law that does not work”, when he had allegedly supported increasing it the day that The Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting occurred in Parkland, Florida.

“That was days after I buried my daughter. She was just a father who wanted to believe him. I didn’t know enough about the subject back then and how badly it had failed in the years before. We all know how she has failed her ever since. She is a liar, she is a pathetic liar,” Mr. Guttenberg said in an interview.

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