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While the share of the citizen, voting-age population represented by Puerto Ricans may be...
School, Work and the Transition of Puerto Rican Youth to Adulthood
According to the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, in 2014 the United States...
The Puerto Rican Education Pipeline: New York City, New York State, and the United States
For instance, the disparity between Puerto Ricans and non-Hispanic whites earning a...
Puerto Rican Households in the U.S.
Compared to the distribution of all U.S. households, the sharpest differences among...

Data Center

The Data Center packages and disseminates the most current information about Puerto Ricans. This information is provided to present socioeconomic and demographic portraits of the Puerto Rican population, mostly in the United States. The purpose is to provide basic descriptive information to scholars, policy makers and the public in general. The sources for this information are publically available repositories, such as the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Research Briefs
Some Social Differences on the Basis of Race Among Puerto Ricans
This avoidance and neglect among Puerto Ricans tends to exist because the...
Data Sheets
In 2014, an estimated 89,462 Puerto Ricans lived in Georgia and accounted for 1...
Data Sheets
In 2014 an estimated 89,212 Puerto Ricans lived in North Carolina and accounted...
Data Sheets
In 2014, Virginia had the 11th largest Puerto Rican population in the United...