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Reports (CNN en Español)

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Report #7 | September 2016

Latinas: Socioeconomic Changes among Hispanic Women in the United States, 1990 – 2014

Latinas have registered to vote and voted at higher rates than Latinos in each presidential election between 1992 and 2012 and in all likelihood this will be the case in November 2016. One factor which may be used to explain this is the fact that Latinas have consistently had higher educational attainment rates than Latino males exemplified by a greater percentage of college graduates […]

Informe en español: Latinas: Cambios socioeconómicos entre mujeres hispanas en Estados Unidos, 1990 – 2014

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English and Spanish

Press Release
English and Spanish



CNN en Español
Report #6 |  June 2016

Latino Demography and Voter Registration and Participation Rates in the Southwest: Texas. Arizona, and New Mexico, 1990 – 2016

With a population of about 13.5 million Latinos in 2014, the three southwestern states examined in this report accounted for about one-quarter of all Latinos living in the United States according to U.S. census data. Nearly 25% of all eligible Latino voters, the electorate, lived in Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico in 2014. Texas alone was home to nearly 19% of all Latinos and potential Latino voters in the nation […]

Informe en español:La demografía de los latinos y las tasas de inscripción y participación electoral en el sudoeste: Texas, Arizona y Nuevo México, 1990 – 2016

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English and Spanish



CNN en Español
Report #5 |  May 2016

Latino Demography and Voter Registration and Participation Rates in the Southeast: North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, 1990-2016

The Latino electorate, citizens 18 years of age and older, in the United States is heavily concentrated in three states. About 27% of all eligible Latino voters reside in California; 19% in Texas; and 10% in Florida. New York is the fourth largest state with nearly 8% of all potential Latino voters. The three other states examined in this study of the Northeast corridor states each has relatively smaller portions of the national Latino electorate: New Jersey at 3.3%, Pennsylvania, at 1.8%, and Connecticut at 1.1% […]

Informe en español: La demografía de los latinos y las tasas de inscripción y participación electoral en el sudeste: Carolina del Norte, Carolina del Sur y Georgia, 1990-2016

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English & Spanish



CNN en Español
Report #4 |  April 2016

Demographic Change and Voting Patterns among Latinos in the Northeast Corridor States: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut

The Latino electorate, citizens 18 years of age and older, in the United States is heavily concentrated in three states. About 27% of all eligible Latino voters reside in California; 19% in Texas; and 10% in Florida. New York is the fourth largest state with nearly 8% of all potential Latino voters. The three other states examined in this study of the Northeast corridor states each has relatively smaller portions of the national Latino electorate: New Jersey at 3.3%, Pennsylvania, at 1.8%, and Connecticut at 1.1% […]

Coming soon: Informe en español: Los cambios demográficos y patrones electorales entre los latinos en los estados del Corredor Noreste: Nueva York, Nueva Jersey, Pensilvania y Connecticut

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English & Spanish



CNN en Español
Report #3 | March 2016

The Changing Demographics of Florida’s Latino Electorate

Since the contested 2000 presidential election in Florida, won by George W. Bush by 537 votes out of
nearly 6 million votes cast in the state, and which propelled him into his fateful presidency, Florida has been central to the outcome of U.S. presidential elections. President Bush won Florida by a significant margin when reelected in 2004; Barack Obama’s was victorious in Florida by nearly 3% of the popular vote in his election to the presidency in 2008; and he won Florida by less than 1% of the popular vote in 2012 […]

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English & Spanish



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| CNN en Español
Report #2 |  February 2016

Could Latinos Choose the Next President?

The Latino electorate, citizens who are 18 years of age and older and thus eligible to vote, is projected to be approximately 28 million persons for the 2016 presidential election. However, because of low registration rates, about 58% of eligible voters in every presidential election between 1992 and 2012, only 48% of potential Latino voters (13.5 million) will in all likelihood actually cast ballots to choose the next president of the United States […]

Informe en español: La demografía de los latinos y las tasas de inscripción y participación electoral en el sudeste: Carolina del Norte, Carolina del Sur y Georgia, 1990-2016

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English & Spanish

Press Release
English



CNN en Español
Report #1 |  January 2016

The Latino Voter Registration Dilemma

The Latino electorate, citizens 18 years of age and older, has increased impressively between 1992 when it stood at approximately 8.8 million eligible voters and 2016 when it is projected in this report to be about 28 million possible voters […]

Informe en español: La demografía de los latinos y las tasas de inscripción y participación electoral en el sudeste: Carolina del Norte, Carolina del Sur y Georgia, 1990-2016

Critical Findings & Policy Brief
English & Spanish

Press Release
English and Spanish


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