This book provides basic information about the political values, attitudes and behaviors of Mexican-, Puerto Rican-, and Cuban-origin populations in the United States. It describes the extent to which U.S. citizens of Hispanic origins hold particular views and participate in specific activities.
Table of Contents
1. The Latino National Political Survey 2. Social and Demographic Characteristics of Native- and Foreign-Born Respondents 3. Social and Demographic Characteristics of U.S. Citizens 4. Psychological, Cultural, Linguistic, and Associational Characteristics of U.S. Citizens 5. Information Environment of U.S. Citizens 6. Political Values of U.S. Citizens 7. Public Policy Perspectives of U.S. Citizens 8. Organizational and Electoral Behavior of U.S. Citizens 9. Ethnic Attitudes and Behaviors of U.S. Citizens 10. The Noncitizens