Democratic elected officials have become so woke that they don’t even speak the same language as the voters they hope to represent. Or, at least, that is the evidence from a new poll conducted by a top Democratic firm specializing in Latino outreach.

It turns out Latino and Hispanic voters don’t like the latest label that the woke elite have deemed acceptable to describe them: "Latinx."

The term originated in academia before crossing over to infect the Democratic activist community. Traditionally, Spanish is a gendered language, with nouns typically ending in “a” for the feminine and “o” for masculine words — “Latina” and “Latino” being good examples.

But in the age of woke gender fluidity, a binary categorization of words is problematic. Hence the replacement of “o” or “a” with “x.”

The problem for Democrats is that most Latino and Hispanic voters are far more socially conservative than the Democratic activists asking for their votes. Not only do they not use the term "Latinx," but they also find it offensive.

Polling shows that only 2% of Latinos and Hispanics refer to themselves as “Latinx,” instead preferring Hispanic (68%) and Latino (21%). Additionally, 40% of Latinos and Hispanics said the term "Latinx" offends them, and 30% said they would be less likely to vote for a candidate who used the term.

Univision founder Joaquin Blaya, a registered Democrat, has said the term "Latinx" is “too weird. It’s dumb. It’s foreign. It’s not Spanish. Democrats are helping Republicans make them look out of touch.”

Maybe Blaya should consider the possibility that the Democratic Party is now out of touch with Hispanic and Latino voters.