Survey Briefs From the 2002
National Survey of Latinos
In 2002 the Pew Hispanic Center and the Kaiser
Family Foundation conducted a national survey of Latinos, which explored the
attitudes and experiences of the Hispanic population in the United States on
topics such as
generational differences, health care experiences, assimilation and language,
Five new survey briefs are now available that further examine the findings from
the 2002 survey.
2002 National Survey of Latinos
Latinos in California, Texas, New York, Florida, and New Jersey
This survey brief compares the views and experiences of
Latinos living in five states with large Latino populations: California, Texas,
New York, New Jersey, and Florida. Topics include country of origin, identity,
citizenship, politics, and discrimination.
This survey brief explores the differences in
demographics, attitudes, and experiences of first, second, and third generation
or higher Latinos. It also looks at "generation one and a half" - those Latinos
that arrived in the United States before age 10.
Health Care Experiences
This survey brief examines Latinos' experiences
with health care in the United States. Topics discussed include coverage,
accessing health care services, and communicating with health care providers.
This survey brief explores the languages Latinos speak in
the United States. A close look is taken at those Latinos who speak both English
Assimilation and Language
This survey brief explores the concept of assimilation and
the role of language in explaining this process.
The Kaiser Family Foundation
The Pew Hispanic Center
to General Interest
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