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Increased deportations reduce Obama’s popularity with Latinos, but he still trounces Romney, Perry in match-up?

President Barack Obama’s deportation policy has alienated many Latino voters, a new Pew Hispanic Research Institute survey finds.

More than 60 percent of Latinos disagree with the Obama administration’s handling of deportations of illegal immigrants, the Pew Institute poll found, compared to 27 percent who are satisfied with the White House’s aggressive enforcement activities.

The change in perception of the president comes as his administration adjusted strategies in dealing with illegal immigration this year by amping the Department of Homeland Security’s priority to arrest immigrants with criminal records

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