Latino Voices: Mexican, Puerto Rican, And Cuban Perspectives On American Politics
Avalon Publishing, Nov 26, 1992 - Political Science - 232 pages
A work providing Mexican, Puerto Rican and Cuban perspectives on American politics.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Latino National Political Survey
Social and Demographic Characteristics of Native
Education Income and Employment
12 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
20 percent agree Disagree Agree Agree Strongly disagree areas Attitude bilingual education Born Born Born co-ethnics Cuban Americans Cuban respondents Cuban Strongly agree Cubans and Anglos Cubans and Mexicans data on U.S. Democrat Disagree Agree Strongly Ethnic Excluding U.S. Citizens Foreign foreign-born respondents Garcia Garza Hispanic households identified Immigration interview response rate issues labor force Language Latino National Political Latino national-origin groups Latino population LNPS Mexican American Mexican origin Mexican Puerto Rican Mexican respondents Mexicans and Cubans Mexicans and Puerto Michael Dukakis NALEO National Origin Degree National Political Survey native-born Nativity Mexican Puerto non-Latino Note Origin and Nativity percent of Cubans percent of Mexicans percent of Puerto Perception of Discrimination PSUs public official Puerto Rican Cuban Puerto Rican respondents Questions Asked regardless of national Republican RGls Rican Cuban Anglo Ricans and Cubans selection SMSAs Strongly agree Disagree Table Total U.S. Citizens Degree United vote women Xavier Suarez