Majority of Latinos Say Skin Color Impacts Opportunity in America and Shapes Daily Life

Posted on AllSides November 6th, 2021
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Credit: Pew Research Center
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The perceived impact of skin color in the lives of U.S. Latinos is broad. From impacting their ability to get ahead in the country to shaping their daily life experiences to dealing with discrimination, skin color is seen by Latinos as an important factor affecting their lives and life chances.

A majority (62%) of Hispanic adults say having a darker skin color hurts Hispanics’ ability to get ahead in the United States today at least a little. A similar share (59%) say having a lighter skin color helps Hispanics get...

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