It’s no surprise that immigration is a deeply divisive topic in American politics and culture, but a new survey tells us exactly where the lines are drawn on this volatile election-year issue.
More than one in four Latinos - 26 percent - are not married to a Latino, according to a new Pew Research report out today on the rise of intermarriage in the U.S.
According to a new factsheet released by the Pew Hispanic Center titled, Latinos in the 2012 Election: Florida, six years ago more Latinos claimed to be Republican. Ever since then, it’s been a downward spiral.
The economic recession, particularly the housing crisis, has hit Latino households harder than African Americans and whites, according to an analysis released by the Pew Research Center. The drop in house value has been identified as the main factor for the widening wealth gap, particularly among Latino households.