Pew Hispanic Trends Project by Pew Research Center chronicles the diverse and changing lives of the U.S. Latino population and its impact on the nation. Their yearly National Survey of Latinos covers key topics in social and political trends.
Recent datasets available for download include:
- Pew Hispanic Center 2012 National Survey of Latinos, conducted September 7-October 4, 2012, focused on the 2012 presidential election, attitudes toward immigration law, and media and technology use.
- Pew Hispanic Center 2011 National Survey of Latinos covered issues including the path to citizenship, priority of immigration reform, and the economic recession.
- Pew Hispanic Center 2010 National Survey of Latinos focused on politics and the 2010 midterm elections, Hispanic leadership, attitudes regarding immigration and enforcement, discrimination, and technology and media use.
- Pew Hispanic Center 2009 National Survey of Latinos focused primarily on Latino youth, including questions regarding educational experiences, identity, discrimination, social values, teen sexual activity, parental relationships, crime, and media and technology use. While Latinos ages 16-25 were oversampled, Latinos ages 26 and older were also interviewed in regards to almost all of the survey topics.