The Wall Street Journal discusses some of Rick Perry's problems of balancing a (relatively) more moderate immigration stance with the need to appease restrictionists for the nomination. More interesting, though, is the data accompanying the article. One in particular caught my eye: 48% of Hispanics beleive the Democratic Party is either indifferent or hostile to them. The Obama administration should view that number as far too high for comfort. 72% believe the same of the Republican Party, so Obama is banking on two assumptions: First, the Republican campaign has been so hostile to Latinos that there is no danger of switching. Second, that even if some Latinos stay home and don't vote, that won't be decisive in battleground states. These are not necessarily bad assumptions, but Obama will need all the help he can get.