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Hispanic outreach: Mitt Romney's largest error from 2012 - CNN (blog)

Hispanic outreach: Mitt Romney's largest error from 2012 - CNN (blog) | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it
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Hispanic outreach: Mitt Romney's largest error from 2012
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His main conclusion: the Hispanic community didn't understand his immigration stance well enough.
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Last November (11 months ) ago Romney is relizing that he lost the election beascuse of the lack of Hispanic vote. Duh wake up smell the amount of Hispanics in the U.S . That like studing half of the study guide for a test and especting a 100% of a final exam. He didn't losse by 3 or 5 percent but by 40%  of just Hispanics. Chossing not to promote his election to that many people is a no brainner. Also took long enough Romney.

 

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The GOP’s problem with Latinos isn’t just about immigration. It’s also about health care.

The GOP’s problem with Latinos isn’t just about immigration. It’s also about health care. | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it
What if the GOP drive to destroy Obamacare will also compromise the party among this crucial, fast growing demographic?
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In the article it talk about the fact that recent studies show that Hispanics. Lean torward or like a bigger goverment in control. With the bigger goverment health care is add/provide with higher taxes. Make sense most Hispanic imagration come to the U.S for religoious freedom or a better econimical chance. So most Hispanics would vote in favor of the Obama Care

 

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Tampa Bay's 'explosion' of Hispanic immigrants brings changes - Tampabay.com

Tampa Bay's 'explosion' of Hispanic immigrants brings changes - Tampabay.com | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it

“Tampa Bay's 'explosion' of Hispanic immigrants brings changes Tampabay.com The number of Hispanics moving to Tampa Bay from other countries has spiked more than 200 percent in the past two decades, triggering social and economic change throughout...”

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This shows that the amount of Hispanics are riseing. Not just in the states that are directly conected to Mexico but Hispanics are widly dispursed through out the contry. I don't know why Hispanics would settle in Tampa, being so far away form Mexico but then Hispanics of a far as they can even into Canada. It will be interesting to see how those cities with the explostion in Hispanics deal with it.

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Translation for Domestic Market: Hispanics in US - Business 2 Community

Translation for Domestic Market: Hispanics in US - Business 2 Community | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it
In the US, Hispanics spend more time on social networks and log into such sites more often than do black or US internet users overall.

Via Charles Tiayon
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This article summarizes that the Hispanic population in the U.S. The Hispanics are important to the U.S in culture and in todays economy. It looks like most of the Hispanic population is in the Southern US.

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Travis Bouwman's comment, September 27, 2013 2:13 PM
Very intersting. I thought that it would be mre spread out. From the look of the map a lot of Latinos travel a long ways to get to they want to.
Parker Cruz Van Zante's comment, October 3, 2013 12:12 PM
I think that its interesting how the map shows information of latinos, I do believe that they are important to america's economy.
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National Latino Immigration Rights Activists Condemn DreamActivist.org ... - Tucson Citizen

National Latino Immigration Rights Activists Condemn DreamActivist.org ... - Tucson Citizen | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it
National Latino Immigration Rights Activists Condemn DreamActivist.org ...
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Interseting story in the middle of the article the talk about the thriteen year old girl that was persucuted at school in the U.S.A and left her mom and dad in the U.S. Crossing the U.S Mexico boder as a minnor. She said see will return to U.S after 9 years in Mexico. This throw a red flag to me. Unless she snuck into Mexico or she leagaly went through boder control to Mexico. But if I were a U.S boder patrol agent and a thriteen year wanted to cross into Mexico BY HERSELF. I would let her this is a dramatic case of running away form home I think

 

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Obama urges Hispanics to rally for more immigration - Daily Caller

Obama urges Hispanics to rally for more immigration - Daily Caller | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it

“Obama urges Hispanics to rally for more immigration Daily Caller President Barack Obama tried to revive the stalled effort to revamp the nation's immigration laws by telling Spanish-speaking immigrants on Tuesday that he would not try to arrange a...”

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Letting 10-20 millon people who illegal sneaked into our country off the hook?

No way it may make the U.S look bad but just beacuse imagrants come to the U.S to be free and they can't right away doesn't mean "will just sneak in". People can wait. The problem if this is passed or allowed is that. Then imagrants will see this and think, ok if we sneak into the U.S. Live under fake ID's do pay gov. and state taxes. Then when there is too many of us. The U.S goverment will help us out. We will help them out with the plan to get them out. Also why would OUR president tell all the ILLEGAL IMAGRANTS that are violating the goverment and the U.S.A to become a U.S citizen?

                                                             

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Cole Larson's comment, September 30, 2013 1:51 PM
Well I think that hispanics should go through the legal process of coming into the U.S.
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Hispanics More Active on Social Media than Other Ethnicities - eMarketer

In the US, Hispanics spend more time on social networks and log into such sites more often than do black or US internet users overall.

Via Keerie Morgan
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I don't see why were care that hispanics are more active on social media that other groups. I think the point from the article/tile is that this shows us that Hispanics take up a good chunk of population. There for have a higer percent of activity in the social media world  
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Keerie Morgan's curator insight, May 31, 2013 7:03 PM

This is the second article I found suggesting Hispanics use social media more than any other ethnicity.  This one goes more in depth as to what social media sites/applications are used.  On an average day about 26% of Hispanics use social media at least six hours a day; only about 8% of African-Americans use that much.  Linked In, which is a more 'business savy" social network, is occupied more by Hispanics.  I compared it to one of the other articles I published, that suggests the Black Community uses more social media as an outlet for expression.  If the African-Americans use it for that purpose, than would they have reason to utalize Linked In more?  According to that article, "No"! 

Robert Sales's comment, October 1, 2013 11:07 PM
I don't see why were care that hispanics are more active on social media that other groups. I think the point from the article/tile is that this shows us that Hispanics take up a good chunk of population. There for have a higer percent of activity in the social media world
Diana Romero's comment, October 3, 2013 9:08 PM
I concur that this article isn't just trying to show how "More hispanics are active in social media than other ethnicities". I think the public wants to inform how it may be a bother that there is a large amount of one ethnic group in the country, when in reality it is all equal because America is a land of immigrants.
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How 5 Decades of Hispanic Immigration Gave Miami Its Own Unique English Dialect

How 5 Decades of Hispanic Immigration Gave Miami Its Own Unique English Dialect | Hispanic Immigration | Scoop.it
Even native English speakers now sound slightly Latino.
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I think this article just goes to show that Hispanics are everwhere. In the map above people focus in on the red or most populated area with Hispanics. This proves/show that Hispanics are and can be parts of the American culture and lifestye. This also shows that not all Hispanic imagrints come from Mexico into the U.S to Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California. Ture they are more dense population of Hispanics there but they are everywhere

 

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Seth Meinders's comment, October 1, 2013 9:54 AM
I think this a good article that can show how immigration can affect the US. They can change our culture and bring new belief to us as well. I think they can also get rid of some cultures if they populate a city or area.
ben uitermarkt's curator insight, October 3, 2013 7:07 PM

This article Is very interesting. It talks about how the picture you see is by a famous artist in miami. She made this and it was all they talked about it. But now it is just another painting on the walls like graffiti.

Colton Williams's curator insight, October 3, 2013 11:19 PM

This article is about how hispanic immigration culture has effected the city of Miami becasue its so close to Cuba. This is important becasue as we go more done in the future I believe more cities in the North will be overpopulated of hispanic immigration that it will effect the culture