The Hispanic Databook takes a detailed look at this growing population and offers statistics on 15 topics for all 23 Hispanic origins. Raw data for this information comes from Census 2010. Our editors have spent countless hours working and reworking the numbers to present dozens of comparisons and configurations. In nearly 2,000 pages, researchers will find data for 1,264 places: 50 States, 525 Counties (population over 99,999) and 689 Cities (population over 49,999).
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The enormous growth and influence of the U.S. Hispanic community received much-deserved attention during the 2012 election. This work updates the 2004 edition and provides detailed statistical information derived from the general 2010 U.S. Census and the 2006–2010 American Community Survey Census estimates. Alphabetically organized by state and then locality, the book includes a vast range of topics, including population and population growth; language spoken at home; home ownership; and per capita income. A sizable but smaller section provides comparative rankings of states and localities for 23 Hispanic nationalities (Argentinean, Cuban, Dominican, Puerto Rican) covering the same statistics. The purchase of the print edition comes with free online access. Larger collections might find this volume a useful resource for statistical information on America’s fastest-growing minority group. --Donald Altschiller
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