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Family Fishing
Although the historical context of Hispanic political influence in Colorado and New Mexico is somewhat unique, the relationship we find between familial connections to land and attitudes toward conservation policy are likely to exist elsewhere. For example, Latinos have had a strong presence throughout the histories of a number of other states, including Texas and California. The findings of this poll provide unique insight for those interested Hispanic views regarding land preservation hold in other locales.
— Matt Barreto and Gabriel Sanchez, Latino Decisions

Read the Latino decisions blog post by Matt Barreto and Gabriel Sanchez here: Deep Familial Connections to Land Drives Hispanic Conservation Attitudes | Latino Decisions.