States like New York and California continue to deny that there is voter fraud in the Hispanic community. Why would they admit the truth? Elections where the Hispanic vote makes up the margin must be questioned. Survey upon survey confirms that Hispanics who are here illegally vote or are registered to vote. There is no question about it.
The 2013 National Hispanic Survey by McLaughlin and Associates was not focused on voter fraud, but more so on wide range of issues for the Latino community in the U.S.
800 Hispanics were randomly selected as a sample size for the survey and 448 of participants, which is 56%, were non-citizens. This group is presumably made up of illegal immigrants and non-citizens with visas. If the same margin was applied to the total 11.8 million non-citizen Hispanic adults in 2013, 1.5 million were likely registered illegally.
Now in 2017, the number of illegal Hispanics has increased, meaning even more are registered to vote. Not to mention, there are probably millions of non-Hispanic non-citizens out there that are also registered illegally.
“Contrary to the claims of many media outlets and so-called fact-checkers, this nationally representative scientific poll confirms that a sizable number of non-citizens in the U.S. are registered to vote,” said James Agresti, the researcher at “Just Facts” to The Washington Times.