Pew's latest figures are reported by the Washington Post. Long story short - Obama is polling against Romney at 68%-23%, roughly the same number he had in 2008 against McCain. That's probably not because Latinos think the President is doing a great job. It just shows that Romney (and the rest of the GOP candidates) are so far out in looneyland on immigration issues that they've become totally unacceptable. The biggest danger Obama has is the lack of enthusiasm in the Hispanic community. Polling well with Hispanics won't matter so much if they don't get out to the polls next November. The President can hope that growth in the overall number of Hispanic citizens over the four years between elections (probably several million) will make up for a drop in the percent turning out. But it's a gamble and he's going to likely spend 2012 making the case that he is not as much of a disappointment on immigration as many think.