Despite suggesting the vast majority of Mexican immigrants are drug dealers and rapists in a June campaign kickoff speech, Donald Trump has remained confident Latinos will back his bid for the Republican nomination.
"I think I will win the Hispanic vote," Trump told ABC's Jonathan Karl on Sunday. "And if you see the recent polls that came out, Jon, you'll see that because I'm leading in the Hispanic vote."
That turned out to be awkward timing for Trump. An NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Univision poll released Monday shows 75 percent of Latinos view him unfavorably, and only 13 percent think positively of the billionaire. More than half called his June comments offensive and racist.
Additional proof Trump isn't doing so hot with Latinos: Piñatas bearing his likeness are being sold in Mexico.