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Cuban-American
PREDOMINANTLY: Roman Catholicism
Roman Catholicism
MINORITY: Protestantism
Protestantism
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Paraguayan American
(24,933 ) REGIONS WITH SIGNIFICANT POPULATIONS New York City • Miami-Dade County • Washington, D.C
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Peruvian American
PERUVIAN AMERICANS (Spanish : PERUANO-AMERICANOS, NORTEAMERICANOS DE ORIGEN PERUANO or ESTADOUNIDENSES DE ORIGEN PERUANO) are Americans of Peruvian descent . Among Peruvian Americans there are those of White (mostly Spanish ), mestizo , Amerindian , and Afro-Peruvian descent, as well as others, including British, Italian, French, German, and Arab, or a mix of any of these. A significant number are of pure or mixed Chinese and/or Japanese heritage. Peruvians have emigrated mainly due to political turmoil and economic hardships the country had faced during the 1980s. Peruvian Americans are a relatively recent ethnic group, as most of them have moved to the United States since 1990. According to the U.S. Census Bureau , 594,418 U.S. residents identify themselves as being of Peruvian origin
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Puerto Ricans In The United States
A STATESIDE PUERTO RICAN, also ambiguously PUERTO RICAN AMERICAN (Spanish : PUERTORRIQUEñO-AMERICANO, PUERTORRIQUEñO-ESTADOUNIDENSE ) is a rare term for a resident of the United States
United States
who was "born in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
or who traces... family ancestry to Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
." Puerto Ricans
Puerto Ricans
who were born in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
are American citizens
American citizens
as if they were born in the states. At 10% of the Latino population in the United States, Puerto Ricans
Puerto Ricans
are the second-largest Latino group nationwide, after Mexican-Americans
Mexican-Americans
, and are 1.5% of the entire population of the United States
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Mexican American
MEXICAN AMERICANS (Spanish : mexicano-americanos or estadounidenses de origen mexicano) are Americans
Americans
of full or partial Mexican descent. As of July 2015, Mexican Americans
Americans
made up 11.1% of the United States' population, as 35.8 million U.S. residents identified as being of full or partial Mexican ancestry. As of July 2015, Mexican Americans comprised 63.4% of all Hispanics and Latinos in the United States. The United States
United States
is home to the second-largest Mexican community in the world, second only to Mexico
Mexico
itself, and comprising more than 24% of the entire Mexican-origin population of the world. Canada
Canada
is a distant third, with a comparatively small Mexican Canadian population of 96,055 (0.3% of the population) as of 2011
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Dominican American
1,873,097 0.58% of the U.S. population (2015) REGIONS WITH SIGNIFICANT POPULATIONS Mostly concentrated in New York City
New York City
, New Jersey
New Jersey
, South Florida
South Florida
, Boston
Boston
, Providence , and Philadelphia
Philadelphia
LANGUAGES Spanish , English RELIGION Predominantly Roman Catholicism Minorities practicing Protestantism
Protestantism
· Jehovah\'s Witness
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Ecuadorian American
712,084 (2015 American Community Survey) 0.22% of the U.S. population (2015) REGIONS WITH SIGNIFICANT POPULATIONS New York City , Northern New Jersey , Connecticut , Florida , California , and much of Texas (including Houston and Dallas ) LANGUAGES American English , Spanish RELIGION Major: Roman Catholicism , Protestantism Minor: Judaism ECUADORIAN AMERICANS (Spanish : ECUATORIO-AMERICANOS, NORTEAMERICANOS DE ORIGEN ECUATORIANO or ESTADOUNIDENSES DE ORIGEN ECUATORIANO) are Americans of full or partial Ecuadorian ancestry. Ecuadorian Americans can be Mestizo , White Spaniard, Afro-Ecuadorian, Indigenous, Mulato , or Zambo . Some Ecuadorians are also of Lebanese , Sephardic and Japanese descent. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Demographics * 2.1 States with highest Ecuadorian population * 2.2 US Metro areas with largest Ecuadorian population * 2.3 US communities with high percentages of people of Ecuadorian ancestry * 2.4 U.S
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Spanish Americans
SPANISH AMERICANS (HISPANO-AMERICANOS) is a term with multiple meanings. Within the context of Latin America, it can either refer to the descendants of the millions of Spaniards who emigrated to the Americas during the colonial period (1492–1824) or to the millions more who settled after the independence of Latin American republics. The term can also extend to mean those who share a language and culture rooted in Spain. Within a specifically US context, the meaning of SPANISH AMERICANS is different, where it is distinguished from HISPANICS or LATIN AMERICANS, even though it also refers to Americans
Americans
whose ancestry originates wholly or partly from Spain
Spain

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Cholo
CHOLO (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a loosely defined Spanish term that has had various meanings relating to the connotation of people of indigenous heritage, who in many cases have Mexican blood (mestizos ), or who have adopted elements of Mexican gang members dress, language or culture. Its use has migrated from the initial negative ethnic designation as originated by Mexican criollos in the 16th century. In sociological literature, it is one of castas , and refers to Mexican American gangsters (pandilleros). The precise usage of "cholo" has varied widely in different times and places. In modern American usage, it most often applies to the low-rider sub-culture manner of dress. It is considered a vulgar and offensive word in many South American countries
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Criollo People
The CRIOLLO (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a term which, in modern times, has diverse meanings, but is most commonly associated with Latin Americans who are of full or near full pre-colonial Spanish descent, distinguishing them from both multi-racial Latin Americans and Latin Americans of post-colonial (and not necessarily Spanish) European immigrant origin. Historically, they were a social class in the hierarchy of the overseas colonies established by Spain beginning in the 16th century, especially in Hispanic America , comprising the locally born people of Spanish ancestry. Although Criollos were legally Spaniards, in practice, they ranked below the Iberian -born Peninsulares . Nevertheless, they had preeminence over all the other populations: Amerindians, enslaved Africans and peoples of mixed descent
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