Latino-Specific American Election Eve Poll Deep Dive Event to Feature Best Data on Latino Voters’ 2020 Vote Choices and Motivations

Media Should RSVP to [email protected] For How to Join

WASHINGTON, DC—On Thursday, November 5 at 2:00 pm Eastern, join pollsters and voting experts, including Clarissa Martínez-de-Castro, Deputy Vice President of Policy and Advocacy at UnidosUS, on a webinar to discuss the key findings and implications from the Latino/Latinx portion of the American Election Eve poll. The American Election Eve poll will feature the best data on the vote choices and motivations of Latino/Latinx voters, featuring more than 5,000 Latino voters polled as part of the national sample, as well as additional large Latino-specific samples in eleven key states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin. Following a detailed poll presentation, speakers will begin to put the findings into the context of Hispanic-focused election results and storylines. A Q&A forum will conclude the event.



Gary Segura, Co-founder of Latino Decisions
Henry R. Muñoz III, Founder, Momento Latino
Lorella Praeli, President, Community Change Action
Clarissa Martínez-de-Castro, Deputy Vice President of Policy and Advocacy at UnidosUS
WHAT: Webinar to release and discuss the Latino/Latinx-specific results from 2020 American Election Eve Poll

WHEN: Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET

HOW TO JOIN: RSVP to [email protected] for information on how to join

The 2020 American Election Eve Poll, a 15,000-sample sized election eve poll provides the most accurate information about the 2020 vote choices and motivations of African American, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Latino/Latinx, and American Indian/Alaska Native voters.

The interactive website will present the full array of poll data from the American Election Eve Poll and will be updated in real time on election night.

Pollsters and Sponsors

The lead pollsters for the 2020 American Election Eve Poll include Latino Decisions, Asian American Decisions and the African American Research Collaborative.

Sponsoring organizations include: AAPI Civic Engagement Fund, NAACP, America’s Voice, UnidosUS, Advancement Project, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Community Change, Demos, Faith In Action, Florida Alliance, Indivisible, League of Conservation Voters, Momento Latino, National Congress of American Indians, National Domestic Workers Alliance, National Urban League, Race Forward,, SEIU, Vera Institute of Justice, Voter Participation Center.