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A rally organized by Mi Familia Vota in Las Vegas in 2020.
A rally organized by Mi Familia Vota in Las Vegas in 2020.Melina Mara / The Washington Post via Getty Images file

Comparing Latino voters with the electorate at large

NBC/Telemundo poll finds Latinos are younger, more liberal than general voting population

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Latinos are younger, more liberal and less likely to be evangelical Christians than the general voting population, according to the results from the most recent NBC News/Telemundo poll of the Latino electorate.  

When it comes to the demographics, 38% of Latino voters are ages 18-34, versus 25% in the most recent national NBC News poll of all registered voters. 

Twenty-seven percent of Latino voters hold a college degree, compared with 38% of all registered voters. And 20% of Latino voters say they are evangelical or fundamentalist in religion, versus 25% of all national voters from the Sept. 2022 NBC News poll. 

On the politics, 33% of Latinos are liberal (versus 27% of all voters), 31% are conservative (versus 37%), and 51% approve of President Joe Biden’s job performance (versus 45% nationally).