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What is the median age of hispanic population in USA?

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According to the latest U.S. Census Bureau data, as of July 2021 the total estimated population of the United States was 331,893,745, including whites, black African Americans, Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Hispanics, among others. But among such a large and diverse population, the question arises, what is the median age of Hispanic population in USA?

what is the median age of hispanic population

The Hispanic Population

The Spanish-speaking ethnic group in the United States has an estimated 60.5 million inhabitants or 18.4 percent of the country’s total population. This group includes all Spanish-speaking cultures and people, such as Mexicans, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, South Americans, Central Americans, and other Spanish people, regardless of their race. The states where they are the majority are California, Texas, Florida, New York, Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey, Colorado, Georgia, and New Mexico.

Mexicans living in the United States represent the majority group among the populations inhabiting the country among the Hispanic subgroup. They represent 61.4 percent, while Puerto Ricans represent 9.8 percent, other Central Americans represent 9.8 percent, and South Americans represent 6.4 percent.

Among them, the age group with the most significant presence in the U.S. is young people under the age of 18, who in 2019 represented 30.8 percent of the Hispanic population.

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