Nearly half of Hispanics worry they or someone close to them will be deported and 40 percent citing serious concerns about their place in the U.S., a Pew Research Center survey indicates. There are some 57 million Hispanics in the United States, the fastest-growing demographic group in the country....
This article originally appeared on The Conversation. Mexican migration to the U.S. is in decline. The Pew Hispanic Research Center has found that since 2009, more than one million native-born Mexicans living in the U.S. returned to Mexico. Show More Summary
Mexican migration to the U.S. is in decline. The Pew Hispanic Research Center has found that since 2009, more than one million native-born Mexicans living in the U.S. returned to Mexico. But many other Mexicans never crossed the U.S.-Mexican border in the first place. Why are some Mexican migrants...
Polls Show Non-White Voters Will Swing This Year’s Election Will Donald Trump win the minority vote? Today is election day and according to New York Mag a new Pew Hispanic Center survey of Latinos showed Trump winning just 19% of
The percentage of people working in Florida illegally has fallen to its lowest level in a decade. According to a new study from the Pew Hispanic Center, about 600,000 immigrants … Click to Continue »
In a recent poll of registered voters by Pew Research Center, 30% of women, 26% of people of Hispanic descent, and 2% of black people say they’re planning to vote for Donald Trump. In fact, polls consistently find that women and racial minorities favor Hillary Clinton. So, what do we make of the statistics-defying members of those groups who support Trump? […]
Minorities are clearly going to be a tipping point for Elections 2016. Pew Research Center reports that 1 in 3 voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian, or another ethnic minority. As such, the Hispanic vote is considered a potential “game changer” in Elections 2016 by Voa News. Show More Summary
Nearly 3.5 million children of Mexican descent live with an unauthorized immigrant parent; the vast majority of these children are U.S. born citizens, according to data from the Pew Hispanic Center. Researchers from the University of...Show More Summary
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, […]
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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