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Hispanic

1. relating to, characteristic of, or derived from Spain or the Spanish
2. US a US citizen of Spanish or Latin-American descent
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Approximately one-third (35%) of Hispanics in Virginia are eligible to vote, whereas 78% of the state's White population is eligible to vote (Pew Hispanic Center, 2010).
Despite Miami-Dade's relatively high poverty rate, the average income of Hispanic households in the county exceeds the national average for Hispanic households (Portes and Bach 1985).
AT & T, one the other hand, once the dominant carrier among Hispanics, lost its focus when it tried to be too many things to too many people.
The profile of most of the Hispanics who are recent immigrants are not financially stable because of lower income, lack of a checking account and the fact that the majority are renters.
In addition, they often provide teenagers with information about educational opportunities and financial aid or plan presentations by well-educated Hispanics to serve as role models.
Unfortunately the biggest misconception by most camps is that Hispanics can't afford the cost of sending their children to camp.
This combination of legal, economic, and social forces will place increasing demands upon rehabilitation services to provide for the needs of Hispanics with disabilities.
Total reliance on this reasoning would have one believe that Hispanics are fickle or swayed by sentiment or emotion rather than faith.
Hispanics, along with most other Americans, profit from NAFTA's passage.
This January/February Hispanic Business magazine has compiled its annual Boardroom Elite, a listing of Hispanics serving as directors of companies appearing in the Fortune 500.
The Pew's study implies that new immigrant workers are taking jobs away from second- and third-generation Hispanics.