Most Hispanic Immigrants Say Their Lives Are Better In The U.S. But Face Financial And Health Care Challenges: The 2023 KFF/LA Times Survey of Immigrants

  1. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race but are categorized as Hispanic for this analysis and include those who selected “Hispanic or Latino (such as Mexican, Brazilian, Cuban, or some other Latin American background)” when asked to describe their racial and ethnic background.

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