- Donald Trump might be uniquely unpopular with Hispanic voters
- But they are surprisingly unafraid of what will happen in this presidential election.
A new Gallup
poll finds 64% of African-Americans surveyed said they "strongly agree" when asked if they fear the outcome of the race. And 53% of whites polled have that view.
But Latinos? Only 38% share that fear.
Similarly, Hispanics are less likely than other Americans to feel that the stakes of the election are particularly high. Only 50% say they "strongly agree" that this year is more important than in years past, unlike the 66% of blacks and 63% of whites who feel that way.
Hispanics largely support Hillary Clinton's campaign, beating Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, by as much as 40 points
. Trump has pledged to deport all undocumented immigrants and build a wall along the country's southern border, while Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, has pledged to go further than President Barack Obama in extending rights to the undocumented.