Latino Public Opinion Forum

The Latino Public Opinion Forum (LPOF) was established by FIU’s Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy in March 2016. 

LPOF is an initiative with the mission of tracking systematically and scientifically public opinion trends of the major Latino/Hispanic groups in the United States (with an emphasis on Florida) with the objective of providing high-quality research to inform policymakers, business, media, and academics. The research is done through state-of-the-art technology, traditional survey, and qualitative methods.

LPOF is the first university-level initiative in Florida that studies the growth and impact of the Latino population across a range of areas including American Politics.

Annual Hispanic Public Opinion Survey 2023

The Annual Hispanic Public Opinion Survey, sponsored by Adsmovil, was conducted from November 18 - December 3, involved 1,221 randomly selected respondents from the 22 U.S. states with the highest Hispanic concentration. The sample size carries a margin of error of 2.8%.

Venezuelan U.S.-Registered Voters: Sanctions are All-Around Ineffective

This 2023 survey, conducted from October 10-20, involved 310 Venezuelan adults registered to vote in the U.S. residing in Florida. Respondents were selected through a mixed methodology, combining confirmation of computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI) and direct intercept interviews. The sample size carries a margin of error of 5%.

Florida Latinos and U.S. Policy towards Venezuela

This 2022 telephone survey was conducted where 1016 Latinos in Florida were asked about U.S. Policy towards Venezuela as well as their opinion on the Biden Administration and Foreign Policy. Respondents were obtained from Florida voter registration rolls and were also recruited online. The margin of error was 3.5% at a 95% confidence level.