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Report Number CQC-7
Component ID: #ti1823814576

In question 7 on the 1990 census forms, we asked people if they were of Hispanic origin. About 1 of every 11 persons in the United States (50 States and the District of Columbia) said they were Hispanic, and about 10 of every 11 persons reported they were not Hispanic.

We asked those who were Hispanic to classify themselves in one of the specific Hispanic origin categories listed in the item-Mexican, Puerto Rican, or Cuban-or to mark that they were of any other Spanish/Hispanic origin and to write in their specific group.

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