All people from Spain are considered Hispanic. However, they may be part of any race, including white. More »

The term "Italian" is used to describe a nationality or ethnicity and is not a term that pertains to race. It is impossible, therefore, to place all Italians into one racial classification, since the population is compri... More »

Hispanic is considered an ethnicity, not a race, in the United States; therefore, Hispanics may also consider themselves Caucasian. Others may consider themselves ethnically Hispanic and racially black. The U.S. Census f... More »

People who self-identify as Spanish, Hispanic or Latino can be of any race, but people of Spanish origin typically are classified as white in the United States, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The white racial categ... More »

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The U.S. Census Bureau introduced the term Hispanic in the 1970s to include Americans from Spanish-speaking countries, such as Mexico and Costa Rica. In 2000, the U.S. Census Bureau recognized a need to better describe p... More »

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According to a 2010 Census Bureau report, the states with the largest white populations include Maine, Vermont, West Virginia and New Hampshire. Each state is said to have at least a 92 percent population that consists o... More »

As of September 2014, the U.S. population is 318 million people and approximately 30 percent, or 95 million, have graduated college with a bachelor’s degree. Another 17 percent, or 54 million, have graduated with an asso... More »