The future is now: There really is a Latin in America. For well over a decade now, the nation’s media has been buzzing with talk of a growing Latino-Hispanic influence in the U.S., and all numbers point to Hispanics becoming the country’s majority ethnic/racial group in about 25 years. Spanish language and Hispanic culture run deep in the United States, especially in the border states, so we connected with 804 Hispanics and non-Hispanics ages 18 to 34 in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas to get their views on a range of everyday life issues. “Mi Casa” gathers hard data and the respondents’ thoughts in a series of snapshots on topics including ethnic origins, geography, holidays and traditions, language, the American dream, food, family, home, cities, fashion, media, sports and more.
Mi Casa en Los Estados Unidos: Millennials of the Border States
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