Most Hispanic Parents speak Spanish to Their Children, But This is Less the Case in Later Immigrant Generations

Most Hispanic Parents speak Spanish to Their Children, But This is Less the Case in Later Immigrant Generations

As immigrant connections become more distant, the share of Latino parents in the U.S. who speak Spanish to their children has declined. Read more about how language impacts Hispanic identity across the generations. Pew Research.

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As immigrant connections become more distant, the share of Latino parents in the U.S. who speak Spanish to their children has declined. Read more about how language impacts Hispanic identity across the generations. Pew Research.

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