Abstract and Keywords
This chapter discusses Latino public opinion, which was closely monitored since the 1990s through a series of successive large-scale opinion polls, first taking a look at the general form and patterns that help characterize Latino public opinion. It then examines the continuities and changes that occurred between the Latino National Political Survey and the Latino National Survey, in order to provide some insight to understanding the components and evolution of current Latino public opinion. The chapter also discusses transnationalism and the views of Latinos on foreign policies, as well as the effects of Latino public opinion.
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