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Hispanic Population Grew 18% More Than Others In Washington D.C.

Hispanics gain more representation, and most U.S. states will have a significant Latino population in the near future. Currently, 16 states have at least a half-million Hispanic residents, a number that demolishes misconceptions. One such misconception is that Latino community is exclusively concentrated on large urban centers like New York or Los Angeles.


Hispanics are the Future Engine of the US Economic Recovery

Did you know that more than 50 million Hispanics live in the United States and represent 16% of the current population? And that they have become the biggest players for the country’s population growth? And that their purchasing power is more than $1 trillion dollars?


The Hispanic community grows in all regions of the US

The Latino population grew 43 percent in the last decade, from 35 to 50.5 million residents in 2010, according to the United States Census Bureau. This increase is four times the national growth rate for the population which as a whole was only 9.7%. The Hispanic growth also does not only take place exclusively around the U.S. border with Mexico but in all 50 states including the District of Columbia.

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