Pew Hispanic Center/Kaiser Surveys of Latinos

The surveys conducted under this ongoing partnership are designed to gain a deeper understanding of the Hispanic population in the United States. The Pew Hispanic Center is a non-partisan research center supported by a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts of Philadelphia. The Center is a project of the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication. Representatives from Pew and Kaiser work together to develop survey questionnaires and analyze results. The two organizations release joint survey reports, however each organization bears sole responsibility for any additional work that appears under its name.

National Survey of Latinos: The Latino Electorate — October 2002
The Hispanic electorate is emerging as a distinct presence on the political landscape, demonstrating broad but shallow party loyalty and a mixture of idealogical beliefs and policy positions that defies easy categorization, according to a national survey.


2002 National Survey of Latinos – – December 2002
This comprehensive national survey examines how members of the Hispanic community identify themselves, their views of the United States, their experiences with discrimination both within the Latino community itself and from non-Latino groups, their language abilities and preferences, their economic and financial situations and their experiences within the health care system.

National Survey of Latinos: Education – – January 2004
A comprehensive survey of Latino attitudes toward education, public schools and a variety of education issues, including the No Child Left Behind Act.


Survey Briefs from the 2002 National Survey of Latinos – – March 2004
Five survey issue briefs that further examine the findings from the 2002 National Survey of Latinos. Topics include: state differences, generational differences, health care experiences, assimilation and language, and bilingualism.

2004 National Survey of Latinos: Politics and Civic Participation — July 2004
This comprehensive survey assesses Latino attitudes in the 2004 election year. The third annual survey of Latinos from the Pew Hispanic Center and the Kaiser Family Foundation, the new survey examines political issues and the presidential election campaign, the economy, health care, Iraq and immigration.



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