New Perspectives on Latinos and the Affordable Care Act

Latino Decisions has released two recent surveys focused on analyzing Latino’s knowledge of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), one national in focus and another specific to the Latino community in Colorado. Both studies reveal a significant need for greater outreach to Latinos that is culturally sensitive. Our data also shows that Latinos will be receptive […]

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New Results from the Colorado Latino Health Care Survey

A new poll of Latino/Hispanic adults in the state of Colorado strongly suggests that the United States federal government needs to do much more outreach to Latinos regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The poll, commissioned by Adelante con la Salud: Latino Health Care Engagement Project and administered by Latino Decisions, queried 401 Latino/Hispanic adults […]

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Adelante con la Salud/Latino Decisions – Colorado Latino ACA Briefing

Join us for a Webinar on May 21 3:30pm EDT / 1:30pm MDT  Space is limited  Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/546048591 Join leaders from Adelante and Latino Decisions to discuss a new poll of Colorado Latinos awareness, understanding, and interest in the Affordable Care Act.  Panelists will unveil the results of a Latino Decisions […]

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Latinos are leaving their Republican identity behind

Originally Published at NBC LATINO It’s no secret that the Republican Party has a serious problem with immigration.  But in this instance I’m talking about their problem with Latinos migrating out of their own party. Republicanos are trading in the elephant for the donkey, or at the very least just going without a party vehicle. This week […]

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Gender and Undocumented Immigrant Experiences

Discussions about immigration reform largely focus on immigrants as workers. In fact, immigrants come to the U.S. for both work and family reasons. Understanding the factors that drive a decision to immigrate—and how immigrants organize their lives in the United States—is crucial to developing an immigration law that provides a real solution for undocumented immigrants. […]

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Census 2012 vote data highlight dramatic shift in racial diversity of American electorate

New data from the November 2012 U.S. Census Current Population Survey (CPS) reveals a major shift in the U.S. voting population, with the number of White, non-Hispanic voters declining by more than 2 million from 2008 to 2012.  In contrast, the number of Latino, African American and Asian American voters increased by a combined 3.7 […]

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Latinos remain committed to reducing air pollution and preventing climate change

Contrary to popular assumptions, Latinos are not a single issue group. Like many other Americans, Latinos care deeply about a variety of issues, including protecting the environment. In the latest national survey carried out by Latino Decisions and Voces Verdes, a significant majority of Latinos were again shown to favor policies aimed at reducing air […]

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For Hispanics in Texas border communities, politics isn’t just local – it’s personal

What happens under the pink dome in Texas doesn’t stay under the dome, according to a new Latino Decisions/Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA) survey conducted among Hispanics in the state’s three largest border communities (El Paso, Laredo and the Rio Grande Valley). The study finds these Texans are deeply connected to their local schools, making […]

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RWJF Center at UNM Hosting Health Policy Summit, September 6th-7th

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy at the University of New Mexico will be hosting a health policy summit on September 6th and 7th at the UNM campus in Albuquerque. Eight current members of the United States Congress are slated to participate in the event, entitled Policies and Practices that Promote Health […]

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Immigration Reform: GOP’s big chance to deliver on Latino outreach

Recent elections demonstrate that immigration is a mobilizing issue for Latino voters. We can be sure that Congressional action, or inaction, on the current comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) bill will factor in to Latino voting decisions in 2014 and beyond. Our recent polling finds a majority of Latino voters, 58%, cite immigration reform as the […]

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