Smaller Majority of Hispanic Voters Breaks for Kerry Sen. John Kerry won among Latino voters this year -- polls say the breakdown was 54 to 44 in the Democrat's favor. But four years ago, Al Gore won 62 percent of Latino votes. Hear NPR's Ari Shapiro.
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Smaller Majority of Hispanic Voters Breaks for Kerry

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Smaller Majority of Hispanic Voters Breaks for Kerry

Smaller Majority of Hispanic Voters Breaks for Kerry

Smaller Majority of Hispanic Voters Breaks for Kerry

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Sen. John Kerry won among Latino voters this year — polls say the breakdown was 54 to 44 in the Democrat's favor. But four years ago, Al Gore won 62 percent of Latino votes. Hear NPR's Ari Shapiro.