Hispanic is a name given to ethnic groups from Latin America. Hispanic groups are typically identified by country of nationality, but they share a common culture and language rooted in their historical link to Spain. The Hispanic people cluster encompasses Hispanics of white and mestizo ethnicity. Hispanic Afro-Americans are identified as a separate people cluster. Roman Catholicism is the dominant religion among Hispanics.
Peoples within this cluster:
American, Spanish-Speaking; Argentine; Bolivian, Mestizo; Chilean, Mestizo; Colombian, Mestizo; Costa Rican; Cuban; Guatemalan, Mestizo; Guatemalan, White; Honduran, Mestizo; Latin American; Latin American Branco; Latin American, Mestizo; Mexican, Mestizo; Nicaraguan, Mestizo; Panamanian, Mulatto; Peruvian; Puerto Rican; Salvadorian, Mestizo; South American, Mestizo; Uruguayan White; Venezuelan Mestizo
Countries where they are found:
Argentina; Aruba; Australia; Austria; Belize; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; El Salvador; French Guiana; Germany; Guatemala; Honduras; Italy; Jamaica; Mexico; Mozambique; Nicaragua; Panama; Peru; Puerto Rico; Spain; Sweden; United Kingdom; United States; Uruguay; Venezuela
Unreached people groups:
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