Transcript for Trump, Biden battle for Hispanic and women voters
More than 82 million people have already cast their ballots so far smashing the record for Y voting but millions of votes are still at stake and in these final days both campaigns are making a play for kye groups that could shift the election. Our chief national affairs correspondent Tom llamas is joining us with more now, a record number of Latinos eligible to vote this year. Reporter: That's right, we spoke to political experts across several battleground eses and told us for Joe Biden to win he has to pick off some swing voters that went with Donald Trump four years ago but grow the coalitions that always help Democrats win. This morning, as many polls tighten across the country, the battle for the white house will come down to who can turn out key voting blocs. In Florida, the biggest battleground state hispanics make up more than 2 million registered voters. Nearly 20% of the electorate in that state. The president and Joe Biden there to make their closing arguments. We're going on to win a record share of the hispanic-american vote. The Latino community is the most diverse in the country. The better the community does the better the country does. Reporter: Now polling suggesting hispanic voters could break for either candidate. One poll has Biden up 50% to another shows the president on top, 52% to 46%. Another key voting group that could determine this election, women. Suburban women, will you please like me? Reporter: In 2016 mat majority of women voted Democrat. But according to pew research, the president narrowly won with white women. Now some pollinguggesting he could have trouble Doi that again. This new national poll shows Biden taking the lead and nationally the gender gap is wide. In fact, some experts say, quote, this election has the potential for the largest gender gap since women were given the right to vote. That gap on full display in households across America. Like the DI ricos in Massachusetts. They've got his and hers campaign signs in the yard and while they disagree about politics -- I go upstairs. I say, I can't -- I really can't. It's a compromise. Reporter: They're on the same pa about the priorities. What's more important than politics is our relationship. Households around this country, but, Tom, we've been talking about this. Both making a big push for the Latino vote in the final days and interesting thing we're seeing, they're not just focused on the states where there are big Latino populations but looking at Pennsylvania where they think the lino vote could make or break the campaign for either candidate. Reporter: The map has expanded when you talk about Latino voters. We know the tradition states like Florida, Texas, nada and Arizona. The Biden cpaign can't take the Latino vote for granted there but in Georgia where Latino groups are growing in the Atlanta metro region where Democrats want to run up the score there, also in places like Pennsylvania, Cecilia, 44,000 votes decided Pennsylvania. It went for Donald Trump four years ago. We know right now today there are more THA 500,000 eligible Latino voters in the state of Pennsylvania. Yep, the question is will they show up on Tuesday? Thanks so much. George, of course, anchoring our live coverage with the entire powerhouse political team at election headquarters in new York, D.C. And Delaware plus we will have correspondents reporting from live battleground states all across the country Tuesday, November 3. Reporter: Starting a 7:00 P.M. Eastern.
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