Hispanic family

A Hispanic family in America

Hispanics, also called Latinos, are descendants of the Spanish-speaking peoples of the Iberian Peninsula, at least partially. In Spain, almost all of the Spanish-speakers are of pure Iberian European ancestry, but Hispanics in Latin America are (for the most part) only culturally Spanish, while they are usually of both Spanish and indigenous (mestizo) blood. In 2016, the United States had a population of circa 56,592,793 Hispanics, with most of them coming from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, or Colombia. Most Hispanics are Catholic, while a minority are Protestant, Jewish, atheist, or other faiths.

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