How More Latinos in Finance Could Boost the Economy From the Article: "In only percent of people employed in securities, commodities, funds, trusts and other financial investment sectors were Latino . " It's still a good-old-boy bastion.
Mapping the Nation’s Latino Population: by State, County and City If a dive into Latino population maps makes your day, then I have nothing to add to this. The population growth by county map is fascinating.
Latino voters eyeing lawmakers on immigration of Latino voters say they'd be less likely to vote for a candidate who opposed immigration reform. But much of that opposition comes from states with low Latinos voter numbers.
Why U.S. Latinos Are Difficult to Poll Language, distrust of government officials, the high use of cell phones and low voter participation makes polling Latinos more difficult and less accurate than traditional polling methods. But, as in so many news stories about Latinos, this one is framed to make Latinos responsible for the problem, when the fault lies as well in the lack of pollsters’ adapting to the Latino community.