There, PhDweeby enough for ya?So, how about some data?
- Three-fourths say they tend to get their news mostly in English, while 18.7 percent say mostly in Spanish. The rest, 6.1 percent, say both.
- Only 6.3 percent said they had "a lot" of interest in news from their ancestral country.
- An equal third reported it is important, somewhat important, or not important at all that Hispanics "blend in" the U.S.
- Among various Spanish language television news programs, the most popular (in order) are Primer Impacto, Noticiero Telemundo, Noticiero Univision, and CNN en Espanol. I may have missed one in the data. Teasing out news from entertainment stuff is tough when your Spanish sucks.