Hispanic Voters

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What Do Hispanics — and All Voters — Want? Survey Says …


March 17, 2010

A lot has been written about the changing composition of our country’s electorate. According to Census estimates, Hispanics make up 13% of the voting age population — but the younger generation is coming right behind, and among that under 18 age cohort Hispanics represent 22% of the population. There’s no doubt about it —

National Hispanic Survey Reveals Key Info on Demographic


March 17, 2010

As published for The Daily Caller.
It is widely expected that the 2010 Census will show the U.S. Hispanic population continues to be our nation’s largest, fastest growing minority group, surpassing the present totals of 47 million people or over 15 percent of the population.

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