Are Democrats losing support from the U.S. Hispanic community?


With the U.S. midterm elections coming up, candidates from all political parties are attempting to make their last impressions on voters, including one of the historically largest communities in the country.

The U.S.’ Hispanic community is the second largest voter base and the population has historically been more favorable to the Democrats; however, since losing the White House in 2020, it appears Republicans are trying to poach this voter base from their rivals, as they look to win several key elections.

CGTN’s Toni Waterman reports.