Hispanic Population Growth Engenders Conservative Shift Among Non-Hispanic Racial Minorities

@article{Craig2018HispanicPG,
  title={Hispanic Population Growth Engenders Conservative Shift Among Non-Hispanic Racial Minorities},
  author={M. A. Craig and J. Richeson},
  journal={Social Psychological and Personality Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={9},
  pages={383 - 392}
}
The racial/ethnic diversity of the United States is increasing, yet recent social psychological research has focused primarily on White Americans’ reactions to this demographic trend. The present research experimentally examines how members of different racial minority groups perceive increasing diversity, driven by Hispanic population growth, focusing on downstream consequences for political ideology and policy preferences. Four studies reveal that making Hispanic population growth salient… Expand

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