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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 ... read more

Should Hispanics instead be called Latinos?

In the political minefield that is US identity politics ... t been fully embraced by Hispanics themselves. A majority (51%) say they most often identify themselves by their family's country of origin ... read more

Research from 2018 demographers’ conference: Migration, self-identity, marriage and other key findings

As Pew Research Center surveys have found, U.S. Latinos generally prefer to identify themselves by their countries of origin, rather than as Hispanic ... Strong Families study, which tested the impact ... read more

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Hmong students are among the forgotten minorities of higher education

Some Asian Americans come from highly educated families, but many others do not ... Asian Americans are now the most economically divided racial group in the country, with the wealthiest 10 percent ... read more

The Shifting Religious Identity of Latinos in the United States

Most Hispanics ... U.S. Hispanic groups, subgroups, heritage groups and country-of-origin groups are used interchangeably to refer to a respondent’s self-classification into the group best describing ... read more

What Is Latino? Defining America's Ambiguous Ethnicity

When the Pew Hispanic Center asked last year how U.S. Latinos prefer to describe themselves ... Instead, 51 percent of respondents preferred to be grouped by their country of origin, while only 24 ... read more

The Rise of the Latino Lawyer: New Study Reveals Inspiring Successes, Lingering Obstacles

Most of the Latino lawyers surveyed believe it is a common experience for almost all Latinos, and the Latino lawyers in this study ... the Pew Hispanic Center found that 48 percent of Latino adults ... read more

Battle lines: the fight for a fair vote in America

Now based in Atlanta, he assesses voting rights in the state as poor, and bluntly describes Georgia as the most gerrymandered state in the country ... s near-200,000 strong population is of Hispanic ... read more


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Appendix 1: Survey Methodology

Among these are questions about sexual orientation and gender identity. A total of 3,645 panelists ... the invitations did not describe the content or target population of the study. The Pew Research ... read more

Defiantly Deaf

("Deaf" denotes culture, as distinct from "deaf," which is used to describe a pathology ... more than 90 percent of deaf children are born to hearing parents. So most deaf children enter families that ... read more

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