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A snapshot of Florida's Hispanic voters


The Pew Research Center published a new report Tuesday examining young Hispanic voters across the country. They don't vote in as high numbers as they could -- so they don't fully flex their political muscle.

Accompanying the reporter are interesting state-by-state profiles of the Hispanic electorate. Here's Florida's, which shows a growing gap of Hispanics registered Democrat (38 percent) versus those registered Republican (27 percent). Hispanic Republicans are still concentrated in South Florida, with a majority of them -- 56 percent, or about 265,000 voters -- registered in Miami-Dade County.