Fewer than half of independent Latino voters are undecided about the midterm elections, a National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) poll released Wednesday found.
NALEO's poll found that 40% of independent Latino voters have still not decided which candidate they will vote for in Congress, and 37% are uncertain about their U.S. Senate race.
According to the survey, 50% of Latino voters have ranked inflation and rising costs of living as their most important election issues for four weeks in a row, followed by women's reproductive and abortion rights at 28%.
The poll also showed a gap between older and younger voters.
Seventy-four percent of Latino voters aged 40 and up say they are "almost certain" they will vote, compared to 58 percent of voters under 40.
The poll was conducted from Sept. 20 - Oct. 2, with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.5 percent.
Voters contacted from Sept. 3- Oct. 4 have a total margin of error of plus or minus 2.9 percent.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Most Latino voters have already decided how they will vote, poll finds