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Upscale Latinos are 29% of US Hispanics

Meet the Upscale Hispanic, via the AHAA study “The Voice of Hispanic Marketing” (as reported at HispanicPRblog.com):

In 2012, Upscale Latinos accounted for 29 percent, or 15 million, of the U.S. Hispanic population – that figure is expected to double by 2050. Younger than Upscale Non-Hispanic Whites (33 years old compared to 39 years old), they are living active lifestyles, often with young families – in fact, 85 percent of Upscale Hispanics having a household size of three or more, compared to 65 percent of Upscale Non-Hispanics.

While they reside across the country, they are mostly concentrated in urban areas, such as Los Angeles, New York, Houston and Miami, and the surrounding communities. They also are boosting the Hispanic populations of secondary markets, like Jacksonville, Honolulu and Washington D.C., and smaller communities, such as Salt Lake City, Raleigh and Oklahoma City, which has seen its Hispanic populations jump by 191 percent.

Access the full report at AHAA, or directly at the PDF document.

— Posted by Sandra Fernandez

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