What the future holds, from Radio Times:
The rising political clout of Hispanic voters. First weâ€™ll hear about a new population projection from the Pew Hispanic Center. In 2005 Hispanics accounted for 14 percent of the U.S. population, thatâ€™s expected to increase to 29 percent by 2050. Weâ€™ll talk with JEFFREY PASSEL co-author of the new report, then weâ€™ll look at the role Hispanic voters are playing in this yearâ€™s Presidential election. Our two guests are LUIS CLEMENS editor of Candidato USA, an internet publication that helps clients reach Hispanic voters and MARISA ABRAJANO co-author of a forthcoming research article The Hispanic Voter in the 2004 Presidential Election.
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Read the Pew Hispanic Center’s report here.