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Obama also wins a plurality among Latinos that supported Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCain Senate outlook slides for GOP Juan Williams: Time for boldness from Biden Democrats lead in three battleground Senate races: poll MORE (R-Ariz.), the GOP nominee in the 2008 presidential race, with 40 percent saying they would not vote for a Republican candidate again in 2012.

During the primaries, many Republican presidential candidates have often taken positions, which polls show to be unpopular with Latino voters.

Both GOP front-runners, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, are on record as opposing the DREAM Act, which would provide a path to citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants born in the United States, and which 90 percent of Latino voters say they support.

Even adding a popular Latino candidate for the vice presidential slot on the ticket would not dramatically alter the landscape.

Twenty percent said they would be more willing to vote for a GOP ticket that included New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R), while 25 percent said they’d be more willing to support a ticket with Florida Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioLincoln Project offers list of GOP senators who 'protect' Trump in new ad GOP Miami mayor does not commit to voting for Trump The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump wants schools to reopen, challenged on 'harmless' COVID-19 remark MORE (R).