What’s unique about many Hispanic immigrants who come to the United States is that they are often fleeing socialist countries in search of a better life. However, Democrats seem to overlook that fact, thinking they can continue their pathetic pandering to convince America’s largest minority group that we need socialist policies here in America. But Hispanics see through it and they are supporting Trump at what could be record levels as the 2020 election approaches.

Results of an NBC News/Marist Florida poll on potential Hispanic voters in the 2020 presidential election revealed on Tuesday show the gap between President Trump and Democrat nominee Biden is significantly widening as November 3rd nears.

According to the research, Trump is winning Hispanics with 50% compared to Biden’s 46% among likely voters in the key swing state. The poll conducted between August 31st and September 6th was based on answers from 766 likely Hispanic voters following Trump’s acceptance speech at the RNC Convention.

While it might come as a surprise, the NBC poll is not alone in their survey results showing Trump ahead with Hispanics.

A separate survey conducted by Bendixen & Amandi International/The Miami Herald also shows Biden at 46% trailing behind Trump at 47% with likely Hispanic voters in Miami-Dade County.

Last week, a Quinnipiac poll similarly had the president up at 45% and Biden at 43% with the group.

Those are just three out of several recent polls taken within the last two weeks, all reflecting the same conclusion: Trump is winning with Hispanics. Despite the Left’s narrative that the president is a racist white nationalist, this key voting group is leaning towards Trump.

This is major news for the Trump campaign if this study reflects at the polls in November. Here’s the best part – Trump is already performing considerably better than Hillary Clinton did in 2016 with the country’s largest minority group. On a statewide level, Clinton won Hispanic Floridians at 62% to Trump’s 35%, which means the Democrats have essentially already lost Florida.

This shows that support for Trump has only increased in Florida after he slimly won the state in 2016 by 1.6%. With the Hispanic vote in his pocket, the president is positioned to win re-election by a landslide of electoral votes.