Media Advisory

New National Poll Answers the Question, “What Do Latinos Want to See in a Presidential Candidate?”

Poll will offer an in-depth look at Latino voters’ sentiment on parties and key priorities issues

June 20, 2019

WASHINGTON, DC—On Tuesday, June 25 at 11:00 a.m. ET, the nation’s largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization UnidosUS (formerly the National Council of La Raza), will hold a telephonic press conference to release the findings of a new poll of registered Latino voters conducted by Latino Decisions. The poll takes the temperature on Latino sentiment towards the parties and takes a closer look at what lies behind Latino issue priorities, including health, education, the economy and immigration. Additionally, the poll also paints a picture of what Latino voters want to see in a presidential candidate.

Panelists will provide key insights from the national poll and preview oversamples conducted in critical states including Arizona, California, Florida and Texas.

To register for the press call, please contact Gabriela Gomez at


WHAT: Release of Poll: What Do Latinos Want to See in a Presidential Candidate?
WHEN:Tuesday, June 25, 2019
11:00 a.m. ET
WHERE:Participant Dial-In: 866-518-6930
Conference ID: LATINO
Program Title: Latino Vote Poll
WHO:Clarissa Martinez de Castro, Deputy Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, UnidosUS
Sylvia Manzano, Principal, Latino Decisions

UnidosUS, previously known as NCLR (National Council of La Raza), is the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization. Through its unique combination of expert research, advocacy, programs, and an Affiliate Network of nearly 300 community-based organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico, UnidosUS simultaneously challenges the social, economic, and political barriers that affect Latinos at the national and local levels. For more than 50 years, UnidosUS has united communities and different groups seeking common ground through collaboration, and that share a desire to make our country stronger. For more information on UnidosUS, visit or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.