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A Shifting Faith

Faith and religion—primarily Catholicism—remain strong influences on millions of Hispanics, but they are a group in transition....

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The Longer Hispanics Experience U.S. Culture, The Less Socially Conservative they Become

August 20, 2013 – After significantly influencing the 2012 presidential election, Hispanics captured the attention of the...

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Finding a Place: Hispanic Faith, Work and Identity

April 16, 2014—It’s the middle of another election year. And while midterms historically draw a smaller crowd...

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Los hispanos representan hoy casi uno de cada seis adultos en los Estados Unidos, y las proyecciones demográficas muestran que este segmento es probable que aumente en las próximas décadas. Para el año 2050, se prevé que no habrá una mayoría étnica o racial en los Estados Unidos y los hispanos serán por lo menos una cuarta parte de la población. Con estos cambiantes datos demográficos en mente, Barna Group... Leer Mas

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April 16, 2014—It’s the middle of another election year. And while midterms historically draw a smaller crowd of voters, they bring to the forefront of political conversation a variety of issues intended to energize voter bases and solidify party candidates. Predictably, one of those issues is once again immigration. With roughly 53 million Latinos living in America, they are now the nation’s largest ethnic or race minority, making them an... Read More

August 20, 2013 – After significantly influencing the 2012 presidential election, Hispanics captured the attention of the nation’s leaders and media. Now, as the debate over the future of immigration continues, political liberals and conservatives alike may be surprised to... Read More

Faith and religion—primarily Catholicism—remain strong influences on millions of Hispanics, but they are a group in transition. This is true of Hispanics even more so than other Americans. Some of these dimensions of transition include Hispanics’ willingness to change denominations... Read More

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    At Church This Week

    In the last week, 40% of Hispanics have attended a church worship service

    Transforming Faith

    38% of Hispanics say their faith has greatly transformed their life

    Charismatic Gifts

    49% of Hispanics believe charismatic gifts are an active part of world today

    Bible Ownership

    87% of Hispanics own a Bible

    Family Values

    69% of Hispanics agree a child is better off if he or she has married parents

    Practicing Faith

    1/3 of Hispanics qualify as “practicing Christians”

    Top 3 Concerns for Youth

    Hispanics name dropout rates, substance abuse and teen pregnancy

    Financial Advice

    36% of Hispanics say they would not know where to turn for financial advice

    Church and Youth

    21% of Hispanics say churches do “very well” at influencing youth