The Latino Poll was released was released on November 3, 2016 at the Cal State LA Downtown campus. The poll, conducted by the Latino Decisions, surveyed 1,500 Latino registered voters in Los Angeles County between October 5, 2016 and October 20, 2016. The findings provide key insights into Latino voters on issues such as public infrastructure spending, immigration policy, and partisan identification. Of approximately 5.1 million voters in Los Angeles County, an estimated 32% are Latinos.
The poll interviewed a total of 1,500 Latino registered voters across Los Angeles County and carries an overall margin of error of +/- 2.5%. The survey includes 600 Latino voters within the city of Los Angeles (+/- 4.0%) and 900 Latinos outside the city but within L.A. County (+/- 3.3%). All surveys were available in English or Spanish at point of first contact and respondents were contacted by cell phone, landline or via email. The data are weighted to match the Census American Community Survey estimates of the L.A. County Latino voter population for age, nativity, education, and gender to ensure that all results are accurately reflective of the L.A. County Latino registered voter population.