Where the Hispanic Voters Aren’t

… Regardless of what national figures say about growth of the U.S. Hispanic population, the numbers look a lot different at the local level – particularly congressional districts. There are some places that are far behind in the great Hispanic wave and over the past 20 years they have grown increasingly Republican.

Looking at the Hispanic population of the Democratic and Republican districts in 1990 and today shows just how much the two sets of places represent two different Americas. One set in the demographic past, one cast forward toward the future. [cont.]

Dante Chinni, Wall Street Journal