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Study: Most Hispanics Prefer Describing Identity From Family’s Country Of Origin

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — A study shows that most Hispanics do not prefer the term “Hispanic” or “Latino” when it comes to describing their identity. According to a new poll conducted by the Pew Research C... read more

Latinos prefer Hispanic as a race category, says Census study

“Many Latinos have been identifying themselves as “Hispanic” to describe their race, and when you let people tell you about their identity ... The group which most answered in this way was Hispanic fa... read more

Hispanics spell out why labels don't fit

Is he Hispanic? Or white? Or both? Should his identity ... to describe. A majority of Hispanics or Latinos don't fully embrace those terms; instead, they most often identify themselves by their family ... read more

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Terms used most often to describe identity The terms that self-identified Hispanics use to describe themselves can provide a direct look at their views of identity and the link to their countries of b... read more

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