Tag Archives: census

Latino poverty has grown since the 1980s, interactive map shows

The Urban Institute, a non-partisan think tank has published a new interactive map that shows poverty density in the U.S., as well as the race… more

Study: Latinos know English, don’t graduate college and rent

The Pew Hispanic Center recently released data on the Latino population in the U.S. The first of Más Wired’s look at the Pew Center’s massive… more

Study: Latinos continue to grow, Mexicans continue to dominate

A massive amount of data from the Pew Research Hispanic Center has been released for statistic junkies, dataphiles and anyone else to analyze. In this… more

Texas’ prosperity depends on success of Latino students

By Dr. Roberto R. Calderón, Associate Professor of History at the University of North Texas Texas’s future Latino majority is already reflected in its known… more

Ethnicities of major U.S. cities

This cool graphic from Upworthy shows ethnicities by region, state, city. As to be expected, much of the Southwest is Mexican or Hispanic. The image… more

Census report: Latinos in the U.S.

The U.S. Census Bureau released an interesting report called “Who’s Hispanic in America?” that includes interesting statistics about Latinos in the U.S. Everything from population… more

Can San Antonio be the Latino Atlanta?

San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro thinks the city has the potential to become the Latino Atlanta with a strong middle class and a large segment of Latino professionals.

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