Pew Hispanic Center Report – Attachment of Latino Immigrants to Their Native Country
October 25th, 2007
Posted by Danny Allen
The Pew Hispanic Center announced the release of a report that “analyzes data from a national sample of Latinos to determine how much contact Hispanic immigrants have with their native country.”
One of the interesting findings from the report is that only 1 in 10 Latino immigrants hits the trifecta of sending money back, making phone calls, and making return visits. This has some pretty interesting implications for how much of an attachment the immigrants have to the US, which is a lot.
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