Asian Americans and Religion
As their numbers rise, Asian Americans have been largely responsible for the growth of non-Abrahamic faiths in the U.S., particularly Buddhism and Hinduism. At the same time, most Asian Americans belong to the country’s two largest religious groups: Christians and people who say they have no particular religious affiliation.
Data: Hispanic Origin Profiles, 2010
Browse detailed demographic and economic profiles of Hispanics in the United States by their countries of origin in 2010.
The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups: Characteristics, Rankings, Top Counties
A new tabulation of government data by the Pew Hispanic Center provides details on the ten largest groups that make up the 50.7 million Hispanics living in the U.S.
D’Vera Cohn Answers Questions About the “Rise of Asian Americans” Report
Map: Asian American Population Maps
Interactive maps showing the Asian American population in the U.S., by county
Infographic: The Rise of Asian Americans: Highlights from the Survey
Graphic summary of key findings from the survey of 3,511 Asian-American adults 18 years of age and older living in the United States.
Video: The Rise of Asian Americans
Panel discussion on the Pew Research Center’s Asian Americans survey featuring Elaine Chao, Neera Tanden, Benjamin Wu, Karthick Ramakrishnan and Tritia Toyota.
The Rise of Asian Americans
Asian Americans are the best-educated, highest-income, fastest-growing race group in the country. Pew Research Center’s new report paints a comprehensive portrait of Asian Americans, examining their demographic characteristics, social and family values, education, economic circumstances and more. The report also explores six subgroups by country of origin.
Why Minority Births Now Outnumber White Births
The nation’s racial and ethnic minority groups — especially Hispanics — are growing more rapidly than the non-Hispanic white population, fueled by both immigration and births.
Facebook: A Profile of its ’Friends’
For years, the Pew Internet & American Life Project has been polling people who use social media, asking how they use it and what they get out of it. The results paint an interesting picture of what kind of people use sites such as Facebook, who they are connected to and how they manage their privacy.