With Falling Approval, Obama Loses Latino Support

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President Barack Obama speaks in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington on September 19, 2011.
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August's Gallup poll numbers showed that 41 percent of American adults approve of the way Obama is currently handling his job, an all-time low for the President. And some of the most significant declines in approval come from Latino voters — a group that was formerly solidly supportive of the President.

We're speaking with Gustavo Arellano, staff writer at the alternative newspaper OC Weekly, contributing editor at the Los Angeles Times, and author of the syndicated column "¡Ask a Mexican!"