Saturday, January 23, 2016

Hispanic vote will reach record high in 2016

MIAMI — The Hispanic electorate will reach a record high in 2016 with more than 27 million people eligible to vote, nearly outnumbering the number of African-Americans in the United States, according to a Pew Research Center report released Tuesday.

But the Hispanic population skews so young that it may not have as big an impact on the elections as some expect. About 44% of the population falls into the millennial category — those born after 1980 — meaning they don't register to vote or participate in elections as much as their older relatives, the report found.

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