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Chronicling Latinos’ diverse experience in a changing America<br />1615 L Street, NW, Suite 700<br />Washington, DC 20036<...
About the Center<br />
About the Pew Hispanic Center<br />Established in 2001<br />Founding director: Roberto Suro<br />Funded by The Pew Charita...
2010 Census<br />
U.S. Hispanic Population Four Decades of Growth<br />In millions<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center. <br />
Total U.S. Population — 309 million<br />U.S. Population by Race & Nativity: 2010Fastest Growth By Hispanics and Asians<br...
States with Greatest Hispanic Population Growth, 2000-2010<br />In percent<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
90% growth or more<br />70% to 89% growth<br />40% to 70% growth<br />Less than 40% growth<br />Hispanic Population Growth...
Where Were Concentrations in 1980?Almost All 15%+ Counties Along Border<br />14.6 Million Hispanics<br />6.4% of Total<br ...
Where Were Concentrations in 1990?Almost All 15%+ Counties Along Border, Still<br />22.4 Million Hispanics<br />9.0% of To...
Where Were Concentrations in 2000?Fast  Growth Away from Border<br />35.3 Million Hispanics<br />12.5% of Total<br />333 C...
Where Were Concentrations in 2008?Many Concentrations Emerge in Distant Areas<br />46.8 Million Hispanics<br />15.4% of To...
Latino Population Growth, 1990-2000<br />1,670 Counties<br />With More than <br />90% Growth <br />Source: Pew Hispanic Ce...
Latino Population Growth, 2000-2008<br />1,590 Counties<br />With More Than <br />45% Growth<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Cen...
States with LargestHispanic Populations, 2010<br />In thousands<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
States with Largest Hispanic Share of Total Population, 2010<br />In percent<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
Share Hispanic Among Child and Adult Populations<br />Latino Population Share<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census and 2000 U.S. ...
Some Facts From the 2010 Census<br />Nearly half (46.5%) of all Latinos live in CA or TX<br />There are 4.7 million Latino...
Latinos’ Views of the 2010 Census<br />
Latinos Say Census Is Good for Their Community<br />Question: In your opinion, is the census good for the (Hispanic/Latino...
Foreign Born More Likely to Have Received Pro-Census Messages<br />Question: Have you seen or heard anything recently from...
Share Who Sent Back Census Form or Who Say They Definitely Will<br />Question: Have you or someone in your household compl...
Internet Use <br />and Broadband Adoption<br />
Share of Adults who Reside in Cell Phone-Only Households<br />Latinos<br />Black, NH<br />White, NH<br />Source: National ...
Technology Use 2010<br />Source: 2010 National Survey of Latinos and Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2010 Health Tra...
Cell Phone Activities, 2010<br />Percent  who use a cell phone to: <br />Source: 2010 National Survey of Latinos and Pew I...
Recent Estimates of Broadband Use<br />Among all adults in 2010:<br />67% among white, non-Hispanics<br />56% among black,...
Technology Use, 2010<br />Percent<br />Source: 2010 National Survey of Latinos<br />
Chronicling Latinos’ diverse experience in a changing America<br />1615 L Street, NW, Suite 700<br />Washington, DC 20036<...
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  • A College Education Is (capped; it’s OK in the report)Percent who agree (no period) (OK in report)In the report, it has the question in quotation marks; none of the other charts that carry questions use quote marks.The bullets in the article identify the first group as ages 26 and older, sted 16 and older. (Also, this chart identifies the two groups at the bottom as ages 16 to 25, while the one in the report says they’re 16 to 24, and the % are slightly different. I assume that’s deliberate.)General population (lower-cased)Latino youths (add “s”)All youths (add “s”) (might want to push “16 to” to second line)
  • A College Education Is (capped; it’s OK in the report)Percent who agree (no period) (OK in report)In the report, it has the question in quotation marks; none of the other charts that carry questions use quote marks.The bullets in the article identify the first group as ages 26 and older, sted 16 and older. (Also, this chart identifies the two groups at the bottom as ages 16 to 25, while the one in the report says they’re 16 to 24, and the % are slightly different. I assume that’s deliberate.)General population (lower-cased)Latino youths (add “s”)All youths (add “s”) (might want to push “16 to” to second line)
  • A College Education Is (capped; it’s OK in the report)Percent who agree (no period) (OK in report)In the report, it has the question in quotation marks; none of the other charts that carry questions use quote marks.The bullets in the article identify the first group as ages 26 and older, sted 16 and older. (Also, this chart identifies the two groups at the bottom as ages 16 to 25, while the one in the report says they’re 16 to 24, and the % are slightly different. I assume that’s deliberate.)General population (lower-cased)Latino youths (add “s”)All youths (add “s”) (might want to push “16 to” to second line)
  • A College Education Is (capped; it’s OK in the report)Percent who agree (no period) (OK in report)In the report, it has the question in quotation marks; none of the other charts that carry questions use quote marks.The bullets in the article identify the first group as ages 26 and older, sted 16 and older. (Also, this chart identifies the two groups at the bottom as ages 16 to 25, while the one in the report says they’re 16 to 24, and the % are slightly different. I assume that’s deliberate.)General population (lower-cased)Latino youths (add “s”)All youths (add “s”) (might want to push “16 to” to second line)
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    1. 1. Chronicling Latinos’ diverse experience in a changing America<br />1615 L Street, NW, Suite 700<br />Washington, DC 20036<br />202-419-3600(main) 202-419-3608(fax)<br />www.pewhispanic.org<br />
    2. 2. About the Center<br />
    3. 3. About the Pew Hispanic Center<br />Established in 2001<br />Founding director: Roberto Suro<br />Funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts<br />A part of the Pew Research Center<br />Purpose is to improve understanding of the diverse Hispanic population in the U.S. and to chronicle its growing impact<br />“Fact tank,” not a think tank<br />
    4. 4. 2010 Census<br />
    5. 5. U.S. Hispanic Population Four Decades of Growth<br />In millions<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center. <br />
    6. 6. Total U.S. Population — 309 million<br />U.S. Population by Race & Nativity: 2010Fastest Growth By Hispanics and Asians<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census.<br />
    7. 7. States with Greatest Hispanic Population Growth, 2000-2010<br />In percent<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
    8. 8. 90% growth or more<br />70% to 89% growth<br />40% to 70% growth<br />Less than 40% growth<br />Hispanic Population Growth, 2000-2010<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
    9. 9. Where Were Concentrations in 1980?Almost All 15%+ Counties Along Border<br />14.6 Million Hispanics<br />6.4% of Total<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center<br />
    10. 10. Where Were Concentrations in 1990?Almost All 15%+ Counties Along Border, Still<br />22.4 Million Hispanics<br />9.0% of Total<br />236 Counties<br />With 15%+<br />Hispanic<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center<br />
    11. 11. Where Were Concentrations in 2000?Fast Growth Away from Border<br />35.3 Million Hispanics<br />12.5% of Total<br />333 Counties<br />With 15%+<br />Hispanic<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center<br />
    12. 12. Where Were Concentrations in 2008?Many Concentrations Emerge in Distant Areas<br />46.8 Million Hispanics<br />15.4% of Total<br />446 Counties<br />With 15%+<br />Hispanic<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center<br />
    13. 13. Latino Population Growth, 1990-2000<br />1,670 Counties<br />With More than <br />90% Growth <br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center<br />
    14. 14. Latino Population Growth, 2000-2008<br />1,590 Counties<br />With More Than <br />45% Growth<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center<br />
    15. 15. States with LargestHispanic Populations, 2010<br />In thousands<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
    16. 16. States with Largest Hispanic Share of Total Population, 2010<br />In percent<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census. <br />
    17. 17. Share Hispanic Among Child and Adult Populations<br />Latino Population Share<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census and 2000 U.S. Census<br />
    18. 18. Some Facts From the 2010 Census<br />Nearly half (46.5%) of all Latinos live in CA or TX<br />There are 4.7 million Latinos in Los Angeles County<br />1 million more Latinos counted than expected<br />The Hispanic population declined in Arlington County (-11%)<br />Source: 2010 U.S. Census<br />
    19. 19. Latinos’ Views of the 2010 Census<br />
    20. 20. Latinos Say Census Is Good for Their Community<br />Question: In your opinion, is the census good for the (Hispanic/Latino) community, <br />is it bad for the community or doesn’t it make much different?<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center 2010 Census Participation Survey<br />
    21. 21. Foreign Born More Likely to Have Received Pro-Census Messages<br />Question: Have you seen or heard anything recently from (Hispanic/Latino) civic, religious, media<br />Or community groups encouraging you to fill out your census form? (%)<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center 2010 Census Participation Survey<br />
    22. 22. Share Who Sent Back Census Form or Who Say They Definitely Will<br />Question: Have you or someone in your household completed and mailed in the 2010 Census form? <br />How likely are you or someone in your household to fill out and mail in the 2010 Census form? (%)<br />Source: Pew Hispanic Center 2010 Census Participation Survey<br />
    23. 23. Internet Use <br />and Broadband Adoption<br />
    24. 24. Share of Adults who Reside in Cell Phone-Only Households<br />Latinos<br />Black, NH<br />White, NH<br />Source: National Center for Health Statistics, National Health Interview Survey<br />
    25. 25. Technology Use 2010<br />Source: 2010 National Survey of Latinos and Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2010 Health Tracking Survey<br />
    26. 26. Cell Phone Activities, 2010<br />Percent who use a cell phone to: <br />Source: 2010 National Survey of Latinos and Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2010 Health Tracking Survey<br />
    27. 27. Recent Estimates of Broadband Use<br />Among all adults in 2010:<br />67% among white, non-Hispanics<br />56% among black, non-Hispanics<br />66% among English-speaking Latinos<br />Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project, August 2010<br />
    28. 28. Technology Use, 2010<br />Percent<br />Source: 2010 National Survey of Latinos<br />
    29. 29. Chronicling Latinos’ diverse experience in a changing America<br />1615 L Street, NW, Suite 700<br />Washington, DC 20036<br />202-419-3600(main) 202-419-3608(fax)<br />www.pewhispanic.org<br />
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