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Rahat Shahriar
Jul 14, 2022
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President Trump seems to have bet on them earlier, but Joe Job Function Email List Biden has started a winning campaign. A few weeks before the November 3 elections, everyone wants to learn to dance the Latin rhythm, but they don't know if it's salsa, bachata or a northern corrido. It is that, although they are included under the same term, they constitute a wide and diverse world.One of the most Job Function Email List salient aspects that the Latin American reader finds when reading the United States press is the interchangeable use of "Hispanic" and "Latino." While the difference between the two terms seems significant from our perspective, the differences diminish when counted in votes. Unlike others that fill out the US Job Function Email List census, the category is not racial. While the Hispanic category refers to those who speak Spanish or are descendants of Spanish-speaking countries, Latinos are those who descend or come from Latin America. This difference has historically had its weight in the way Job Function Email List Hispanics have been taken into account in politics. Because to be seen it is important to be counted and individualized. Despite some previous attempts, this did not happen until the 1970 census. The Job Function Email List census evolved over time, adding distinctions in order to better understand and count this group. Today Job Function Email List it totals about 60 million people, about 18% of the US population. With a view to the elections, this number is reduced to 32 million Job Function Email List people eligible to vote, according to the Pew Research Center, which is equivalent to 13.3% of the electoral roll. It is, for the first time, the second largest group. Although it is true that the majority identifies Job Function Email List as Democrat, the Republicans have an important floor among them, close to 30% support. Religion, gender, traditions and, of course, origin come into play here. Mexican-Americans Job Function Email List make up 60% of Latinos, Puerto Ricans 14%, and Cubans 4.5%. In the case of the latter, their strength lies in the fact that they are more concentrated in a single key state: Florida.
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