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Assessing Obama's Appeal Among Latino Voters

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Assessing Obama's Appeal Among Latino Voters

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Assessing Obama's Appeal Among Latino Voters

Assessing Obama's Appeal Among Latino Voters

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Long before Barack Obama's campaign slogan, "Yes We Can," there was the Spanish version, "Si Se Puede."

But Sen. Barack Obama hasn't gained much traction among Latino voters.

Though Hillary Clinton has now endorsed Obama for the general election, no one is sure if Latinos will follow suit.

Mark Lopez, associate director of the Pew Hispanic Center, offers his insight and breaks down the numbers.