Cuban-Americans in Miami-Dade County Help President Trump Win in Florida

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Miami-Dade County is Florida's most populous county

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(FOX NEWS) – President Trump is projected to win Florida’s 29 electoral votes thanks in part to Cuban American voters in the traditionally Democratic stronghold Miami-Dade County, which has a heavily Hispanic population.

While Trump did not win Miami-Dade County, he came much closer to Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s numbers (53%-46%) than he did when running against Hillary Clinton in 2016 (63%-34%). That translated to a 3.4% win in the state in 2020 compared to his narrow 1.2% margin in 2016.

Miami-Dade County is Florida’s most populous county with approximately 2.7 million residents. Trump cut his 2016 vote deficit in the county by roughly 200,000 votes this year.

Cuban-American voters favored the president’s reelection, even though 59% of Hispanic voters in general supported Biden, according to polling from the Fox News Voter Analysis, compared to Trump’s 40%.

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