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Catholics Split on Trump or Hillary, 77% of Hispanic Catholics Back Abortion Activist Clinton

A new poll shows that Catholic voters are closely divided on the presidential race between Donald Trump and pro-abortion Hillary Clinton. The Pew Research Center on Religion and Public Life found that white Catholics support Trump, who calls himself pro-life, by a narrow margin; but Hispanic Catholics overwhelmingly support Clinton, who is radically pro-abortion. Overall, […]

Spanish Nets Black Out New Pew Poll Of Hispanics

You wouldn't know it from watching any of the U.S. national Spanish-language evening newscasts, but the Pew Research Center has released a survey that shows that among the country's Hispanic voters, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is currently polling at roughly the same levels Mitt Romney and John McCain did as the party's previous standard-bearers.

Majority Of Hispanic Millennials Say They’ve Experienced Discrimination

A majority of young Hispanics in the U.S. have experienced discrimination, according to a Pew Research Center survey. The survey, published June 29, found 65 percent of Hispanic respondents between the ages of 18-29 say they’ve experienced...Show More Summary

2016 voters will be most diverse ever

Voters in this year’s presidential election will be some of the most diverse ever, according to the Pew Research Center. By Election Day, nearly one-in-three eligible voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian or any other racial and ethnic minority. Continue reading ? The post 2016 voters will be most diverse ever appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Hispanics can impact election if more turn out to vote

A new study released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center find that a record number of Hispanic voters could head to the polls in November, topping the 11.2 million who voted in 2012, but that Hispanic millennials — who are driving growth in the population of Hispanic eligible voters_will keep turnout low.

Asians — not Hispanics — are going to become the biggest immigrant group in the US

The Pew Research Center's latest report on immigration suggests that the demographics of American immigration are going to see a big change in the coming years. While Hispanics currently make up the largest piece of the American immigrant...Show More Summary

Proof Latinos Care About Much More Than Just Immigration

Many Latino voters care very deeply about immigration reform, but immigration isn’t the only issue on their minds. In fact, when the Pew Research Center asked registered Hispanic voters to rank issues that matter to them in order of importance, immigration didn’t rank first -- second or third -- on their lists. Show More Summary

Poll: Most back legal status for immigrants in US illegally

The Pew Hispanic Center survey finds that 72 percent of Americans support legal status for such immigrants. The survey results come at the beginning of the 2016 presidential campaign, in which immigration is expected to be a key point of debate.

Hispanic religiosity stands out on MundoFox

While most of the country’s major media outlets recently highlighted declining levels of Christian faith and practice among the general populace, following the release of the Pew Center's latest survey on America’s Changing Religious...Show More Summary

Public Libraries and Hispanics Pew Report Shows Library Gap Between U.S.-Born and Immigrants

The Pew Research Center’s latest report taken from its 2013 Library Services Survey focuses on Public Libraries and Hispanics, examining usage patterns and attitudes among the United States Hispanic population age 16 and older. While...Show More Summary

U.S. Born Hispanics Are More Likely to Visit Libraries Than Immigrant Hispanics: Pew

2 years agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Hispanic Americans, that were born in the U.S. are much more likely to use the public library than Hispanic immigrants, who make up half of the adult U.S. Hispanic population, according to new research from the Pew Research Center. On...Show More Summary

A myth debunked: minorities may now be consuming more local news than whites, not less

2 years agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

The Pew Research Center surveyed more than 3,600 news consumers in three cities last summer with a cluster of surprising results reported today. Top of that list: Minorities — African-Americans in Macon and Hispanics in metropolitanShow More Summary

"Ask a Mexican" Columnist Thinks Mexicans Have Natural Libertarian Tendencies

2 years agoNews : Reason

This week's syndicated "Ask a Mexican" column by Gustavo Arellano exhibits a bit of a "Libertarian Moment" moment, as he notes: A 2014 Pew Hispanic Center survey showed that 11 percent of Latinos surveyed identified as libertarian—almost...Show More Summary

The Income Gap Between Races Is Wider Than It’s Been for Decades

2 years agoNews : Truthdig

    A recent Pew Research Center study declares, “Wealth inequality has widened along racial, ethnic lines since end of Great Recession.” Shutterstock Wealth inequality between whites and their black and hispanic counterparts has reached...Show More Summary

Wealth Gap Between Races Widened During Recession, Study Says

2 years agoNews : The Two-Way

According to the Pew Research Center, white, black and Hispanic households all lost wealth during the recession, but non-whites saw the disappearance of a much greater percentage of their net worth.

Chart of the Day: Unauthorized Immigrants in the United States

Matt Yglesias linked today to a map from the Pew Hispanic Center showing which states had the highest populations of unauthorized immigrants. It was interesting but unsurprising: the biggest states (California, Texas, Florida, New York) also have the most unauthorized immigrants. Show More Summary

Democrats are losing ground with Latinos

Slowly but surely, the GOP seems to be winning over Hispanic voters. Latino support for the Republican party is nearing a 15-year high, according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center. 27 percent of Hispanics now identify with or lean toward the right-wing party, the most since 2006, and seven percentage points higher than did in 2011. The […]

Charts: That Falling Blue Line Represents The Plummeting Hispanic Dropout Rate

"In 2000, 12 percent of Americans ages 18 to 24 hadn’t graduated high school, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Current Population Survey data," notes FiveThirtyEight (U.S. High School Dropout Rates Fall, Especially Among Latinos). Show More Summary

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