The 2002 Kaiser Family Foundation/Pew Hispanic Center National Survey of Latinos features extensive questions on a wide range of social, political, and economic topics. Along with a national adult sample, the survey was conducted on representative samples of Latinos from six different ethnic groups. Moral values, patriotism, immigration issues, and health care are some of the many topics discussed. There are also questions specific to ethnicity and identity, including preferred languages and personal descriptive terms.
The data was collected April 4th – June 11th, 2002 of 4,213 national adults including 2,929 Latinos via telephone by International Communications Research. Explore the results and questions of the 2002 National Survey of Latinos in iPOLL.