The U.S. Hispanic population is changing

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Source: Pew Research Center

A new Pew Research Center report finds that the growth and dispersion of the U.S. Latino population has slowed since 2007, when the Great Recession started, immigration from Latin America cooled and Latino fertility rates began to fall.

Read the key takeaways, and explore the data by state, county and metropolitan area in their interactive maps and fact sheets.