The mass exodus from Puerto Rico may be very good for Hillary Clinton

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In truth, a range of challenges on the island have dispatched millions of Puerto Ricans to the U.S. mainland for decades, but as early as the tail end of the 2000s, the epicenter of that relocation activity shifted from traditional places such as New York and New Jersey to the I-4 corridor in Florida.

All of this, of course, matters right now because Florida remains a much-sought after swing state where the 29 electoral college votes up for grabs makes every presidential candidate and campaign eager to put resources and effort into winning votes in the state.

In this case, the picture painted of the political situation in Florida indicates that one fast-growing group of natural-born U.S. citizen voters has not found a lot to like in Trump's immigration policy ideas and other proposals.

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