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Half of the 44 million immigrants who have come to the United States since 1965 have been from Latin America. Currently, there are 50.3 million Hispanics living in the U.S. and studies show that Hispanics will represent an even larger percentage of the total population in only a few years.
As first and second generations of Hispanic Americans thrive in the U.S., PewResearch has created a report comparing numerous socioeconomic factors between these two groups.
Check out Hispanically Speaking News’ infographic representing this information.