There are plenty of Hispanic people who are also very well known as Latinos, who live in the United States. Their ancestry is traced down to the western hemisphere, where the Spanish language is spoken more fluently. Somewhere around the 2000 the population of the Hispanic was approximately 34.3 million and later in 2006 the Census Bureau gave in new figure, wherein the population had raised to 42.7 million, which is approximately 14.4 percent of the total U.S. Population. They are also considered to be the fastest growing minority group in the United States. The expected figure in the near future is predicted to reach 50 million by the year 2025. They are also considered to be a mixture of various groups from countries like Latin America, such as Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Panama.
Hispanics and Latinos constitute 15.4% of the total United States population
Over 45 million hispanic people are living in US. In predict, more than 130 million hispanic people are living in US in 2050.
They make at least 60% of the population in the USA
Yeah sure what ever everyone knows that hispanics/Latinos are taking over the U.S they are like everywhere