Colorado Latino Exit Poll


Landmark Exit Poll Highlights What Motivated Colorado Latino Voters in 2022 Midterms

Latino voters supported key ballot measures 3:1; voted for Democrats 2:1

Successful candidate campaigns and key statewide ballot issues in the 2022 midterms were buoyed by strong support from Colorado’s Latino voters, according to results of the first-ever Colorado Latino Exit Poll released today.

Fielded from Oct. 10 – Nov. 8, the Colorado Latino Exit Poll surveyed 531 Latina and Latino voters across the state, including oversampling in the new 8th CD, and provides insights into the views of a critical demographic in the 2022 midterms. The Colorado Latino Exit Poll will be conducted bi-annually to help bolster research around the attitudes and policy preferences of Latino voters – the state’s second-largest and fastest-growing voting bloc.

Among other key findings in the inaugural poll:

  • Primary motivation for Latino voters in 2022 was to stand up for the issues that they cared about and to make positive change in their communities;
  • Latinos supported key ballot issues (Amendments GG and FF, and Props 121 and 123) at 3:1 margins;
  • Majorities of Latino voters said Democrats were best equipped to address major issues around the economy, reproductive healthcare, gun violence, conservation, and immigration; and
  • Latinos in Colorado voted for Democratic candidates over Republicans at a 2:1 margin.

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