- Author: UCR Today by Sarah Nightingale
A new analysis of recently available Census data finds that businesses owned by Hispanics are being created at a significantly faster pace than ‘total' businesses in the United States, California and the Inland Southern California region – bucking a trend of diminished business formation during the recession and post-recession years.
The study, released today by the UC Riverside Center for Economic Forecasting and Development at the School of Business Administration, examines data from the U.S Census Bureau's newest Survey of Business Owners, which is published once every five years and provides the most current snapshot of the nation's...
Latinos are twice as likely to live in poverty as white residents in Sonoma County, where one in five Latinos live at or below the federal poverty level in the aftermath of the recession, according to new estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.
During the five-year period ending in 2014, an average of 19.6 percent of Latinos in Sonoma County lived at or below the poverty line, compared to 9.3 percent of white residents. In 2014, the federal poverty level was $14,580 for an individual and $29,820 for a family of four.
The figures show that poverty increased in Sonoma County for both Latinos and whites. During the previous five-year period, between 2005 and 2009, an average of 15.1 percent of Latinos and 7.4...
- Author: Pew Research Hispanic Trends Project
The sharp decline in the U.S. population of unauthorized immigrants that accompanied the 2007-2009 recession has bottomed out, and the number may be rising again. As of March 2012, 11.7 million unauthorized immigrants were living in the United States, according to a new preliminary Pew Research Center estimate based on U.S. government data.
The estimated number of unauthorized immigrants peaked at 12.2 million in 2007 and fell to 11.3 million in 2009, breaking a rising trend that had held for decades. Although there are indications the number of unauthorized immigrants may be rising, the 2012 population estimate is the midpoint of a wide range of possible values and in a statistical sense is no different from the 2009...
A record 33.7 million Hispanics of Mexican origin resided in the United States in 2012, according to a brief prepared by Pew Hispanic Research Center. This estimate includes 11.4 million immigrants born in Mexico and 22.3 million born in the U.S. who self-identified as Hispanics of Mexican origin.
Mexicans are by far the largest Hispanic-origin population in the U.S., accounting for nearly two-thirds (64%) of the U.S. Hispanic population in 2012.
- Posted By: Lisa M. Rawleigh
- Written by: Pew Research Center.
The number of Americans living in multi-generational households grew more than five times as sharply as the overall population increased from 2007 to 2009, the years that spanned the Great Recession, this according to a report released by the Pew Research Center. The largest increase was among adults ages 25 to 34 who live with their parents.
In 2009, a record 51.4 million Americans lived in a multi-generational household. These households included one-in-six Americans (16.7 percent) and more than one-in-five adults ages 25 to 34.
The population living in households with more than three family...