% among U.S. adults with Hispanic ancestry
|All||Foreign born||U.S. born||Second generation||Third or higher
|65 and older||9||11||7||5||10||10|
|Living with a partner||13||14||12||11||13||13|
|Fourth or higher generation||5||—||11||—||30||38|
|Less than high school||32||48||11||11||12||9|
|High school graduate||28||28||32||34||29||35|
|Two-year degree/Some college||26||17||38||37||41||28|
|Bachelor’s degree or more||13||8||18||18||18||28|
|Has Hispanic/Latino spouse5|
|Less than $30,000||44||50||36||39||33||35|
|$30,000 to $74,999||30||28||32||34||30||30|
|$75,000 or more||13||8||20||17||24||23|
Note: 1. Foreign born includes Puerto Ricans in this analysis. 2. “Second generation” refers to people born in the United States, with at least one parent born in another country or in Puerto Rico. “Third generation” refers to people born in the United States, with both parents born in the United States and at least one grandparent born in another country or in Puerto Rico. “Fourth or higher generation” refers to people born in the United States, with both parents born in the United States, and all grandparents born in the United States. 3. “Spanish dominant” refers to persons who say they are more proficient in Spanish than in English. “Bilingual” refers to persons who say they are proficient in both English and Spanish. “English-dominant” persons say they are more proficient in English than in Spanish. 4. Educational attainment is based on those ages 25 and older. 5. Based on respondents who are married or living with a partner. 6. “Other religion” includes Mormon, Orthodox, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Something else and Unitarian (Universalist). Voluntary responses of “Don’t know” or “Refused” not shown. Self-identified Hispanics are those who say they are Hispanic. Self-identified non-Hispanics are those who say they are not Hispanic or Latino but say they have Hispanic ancestry or heritage.
Source: Pew Research Center 2015 National Survey of Latinos (Oct. 21-Nov. 30, 2015) and survey of self-identified non-Hispanics with Hispanic ancestry or heritage only (Nov. 11, 2015-Feb. 7, 2016).
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