Demographic change in the United States could be decisive for who becomes the next president.

Among other things, the proportion of white voters without a college degree has decreased.

It is a group where a majority tends to vote for Republicans.

At the same time, for example, the number of voters who belong to the Latino group has increased.

It is a group where a majority of voters tend to vote for the Democrats.

And in a swing state like Florida, the Spanish-speaking voters who account for almost every fifth vote can be the tongue in cheek.

Pastor Gabriel Sluguero has worked as an adviser to both George W Bush and Barack Obama and has voted for both parties.

- We are neither left nor right but usually lie in the middle, he says.