Just a tiny amount of Hispanic voters self-describe using "Latinx," a term invented by liberals, according to a national poll.
Two percent of Hispanic voters identify as Latinx, which many on the Left have used as an adjective to be inclusive of all Hispanic gender identities, according to a report citing a Bendixen & Amandi International survey. Nearly half of Hispanic voters are averse to the word, with 40% calling it "offensive."
Of Hispanic voters, 21% identified as Latina or Latino, 68% as Hispanic, and 8% as "something else." One percent had no answer.
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Of the 40% of respondents who found Latinx offensive, 20% said it bothers or offends them a lot, 11% said it somewhat bothers or offends them, and 9% said it bothers or offends them "a little," the poll found. Fifty-seven percent said the term doesn't bother them, while 3% had no answer.
"The numbers suggest that using Latinx is a violation of the political Hippocratic Oath, which is to first do no electoral harm," Fernand Amandi said. "Why are we using a word that is preferred by only 2% but offends as many as 40% of those voters we want to win?"
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The poll was conducted among 800 voters of Hispanic origin between Nov. 17 and 21 and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.46 percentage points.