In his quest to improve his lackluster approval rating among Latinos, President Barack Obama held an online Hispanic roundtable in the White House on Wednesday to discuss some of the issues most important to the Latino community.
Currently only 48 percent of Hispanics approve of the job the President is doing, down from 60 percent at the beginning of the year, according to Gallup. With Latinos making up potentially decisive voting blocks in key 2012 states like Colorado, Florida, Nevada and New Mexico, Obama is hoping to turn the tide.
During the hour-long round table conversation with representatives from Yahoo Español, MSN Latino and AOL Latino/Huff-Post Latino Voices, President Obama addressed questions on several key subjects. Topics included: immigration, education, Social Security and the American Jobs Act.
So what do you think of President Obama’s Hispanic roundtable?