Enrique Pumar , associate professor, sociology, was quoted in an article posted by the National Catholic Register, regarding political party trends among Latino voters. See below.

From: National Catholic Register Date: October 21, 2016 Author: Stephen Beale

...Enrique Pumar, a sociologist at The Catholic University of America, said Latino Catholics had turned away from Trump precisely because they believed he did not represent the Church's teaching.

Trump has repeatedly promised to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, boost the number of U.S. immigration law enforcement officers, and increase deportations of those who did not come to this country legally. Pumar said Latino Catholics considered his stance on immigration to be at odds with Church teaching on the respect for the dignity of the human person, the importance of welcoming strangers and the rights of individuals to migrate....

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