Rick Fry (Senior Research Associate, Pew Hispanic Center) in the New York Times: As Latinos Make Gains in Education, Gaps Remain
Children of immigrants are more likely to have graduated from college than the general population.
Is one or both of your parents an immigrant to the U.S.? Then you’re one of 20 million second generation U.S.-born Americans.
That means, statistically speaking, that you make more money and are more educated than your parents were at your age, you lean left politically, and you’re accepting of homosexuality and supportive of interracial marriage (according to a recent study by Pew.)