The NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll gives him a 34-point lead among Latinos at 61-27%.
The survey also gives Obama a 61% approval rating among Latino voters, while Romney gets just 26% approval.
There's even more bad news for Romney when it comes to how this group of voters views the economy, but there's also some trouble brewing for Obama.
What’s more, this demographic group is more optimistic about the economy and the nation’s direction than the general population. Forty percent of Latinos believe the country is headed in the right direction (versus 33 percent of all Americans in the NBC/WSJ poll), and 46 percent of them say what they’ve read and heard recently makes them feel more optimistic about the economy (versus 42 percent).
But here’s a troubling sign for the Obama campaign: Latinos aren’t as excited about the upcoming election. A combined 68 percent of Latino voters say they are highly interested in the upcoming election (registering an “8”,”9”, or “10” on a 10-point scale). That’s compared with 81 percent of all voters who express high interest.