Poll: 8 in 10 Hispanics don’t like Trump
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Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump claims Trump Jr. 'openly gave his emails to the media' Trump: Mueller and Sessions should investigate Clinton ties to Russia OPINION | How Chris Christie went from America's straight shooter to Trump's crooked yes-man MORE has endeared himself to supporters with harsh rhetoric on immigration, but he may have alienated even more Hispanic voters as a result, according to a new Washington Post-Univision News poll.

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The poll finds that eight out of 10 Hispanics view Trump unfavorably, including seven out of 10 who have a “very unfavorable” impression of the billionaire businessman.

Those numbers have both steepened since a Univision survey last June, in which seven in 10 Hispanic voters viewed Trump unfavorably, including six in 10 very unfavorably.

Although Trump has dominated the Republican primary race to this point, racking up 81 delegates to his nearest competitor’s 17, his lack of broad-based support could hinder his chances in a general election.

The poll finds that Trump fares worse than any of his GOP rivals among Hispanics in hypothetical general election match-ups against Democratic primary front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump claims Trump Jr. 'openly gave his emails to the media' Trump: Mueller and Sessions should investigate Clinton ties to Russia OPINION | How Chris Christie went from America's straight shooter to Trump's crooked yes-man MORE.

Clinton bests Trump among Hispanics by a 57-point margin, while she only leads John Kasich by 43 points, Ted CruzTed CruzEx-CBO directors defend against GOP attacks on ObamaCare analysis Cruz: GOP will 'look like fools' if ObamaCare isn’t repealed The GOP Wonder Women who saved healthcare for 22 million MORE by 38 points and Marco RubioMarco RubioBush ethics lawyer: Congress must tell Trump not to fire Mueller The private alternative to the National Flood Insurance Program  Cruz offers bill to weaken labor board's power MORE by 30 points with the traditionally Democratic demographic.

Rubio and Cruz, who are both of Cuban descent, are viewed relatively positively by Hispanics.

Rubio is seen favorably among the group by a 45 to 37 percent margin, while Cruz is narrowly viewed negatively by a 44 to 39 percent margin.