Our recent in-depth report on immigrant generations looks closely at attitudes towards intermarriage and relations between different racial and ethnic groups. 
About half (49%) of first-generation Hispanics but 71% of the second generation say they would be “very comfortable” if their child married someone who was not Hispanic.
Among Asian Americans, about four-in-ten (41%) of the first generation but 73% of the second say they would be “very comfortable” if their child married someone who is not Asian.
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Our recent in-depth report on immigrant generations looks closely at attitudes towards intermarriage and relations between different racial and ethnic groups. 

About half (49%) of first-generation Hispanics but 71% of the second generation say they would be “very comfortable” if their child married someone who was not Hispanic.

Among Asian Americans, about four-in-ten (41%) of the first generation but 73% of the second say they would be “very comfortable” if their child married someone who is not Asian.

Read more.