New Resources on U.S. Population Data and Hispanic Family Life
National population surveys are used by researchers, policymakers, and program developers to investigate patterns and inform decisions. The new resources below from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families assess the United States' data infrastructure in terms of measuring the diversity of Hispanic family and household composition.
- How Well Do National Surveys Measure Hispanic Families and Households?
- Hispanic Couples in the Supporting Health Marriage Evaluation: How Representative Are They of Low-Income Hispanic Couples in the United States?
- Data Tool: Measuring Hispanic Families and Households
Find these resources and many more in the NCFR Resource Library.