Latin American / Hispanic Health Policy

The Implications of the ACA Ruling on Latino Voting Behavior

Dr. Gabe Sanchez was published on Latino Decisions, a nationwide blog dedicated to Latino-related policy decisions. His blog post, titled "The Implications of ACA Ruling on Latino Voting Behavior," can be read in its entirety here.

Identifying a Relationship Between Latino Representation in Congress and Trust in Government

Identifying a Relationship Between Latino Representation in Congress and Trust in Government

 

Dr. Gabriel Sanchez, in conjunction with Shannon Sanchez-Youngman, and Dr. Ricardo Ramirez of the University of Notre Dame, published this post on Latino Decisions, a nationwide blog dedicated to Latino issues throughout the country. Click here to read the blog post in full.

Appendix Supplement to Tough Times, Tough Choices: The Impact of the Rising Medical Costs on the U.S. Latino Electorate’s Health Care–Seeking Behaviors.

Appendix Supplement to Tough Times, Tough Choices:
The Impact of the Rising Medical Costs on the U.S. Latino Electorate’s Health Care–Seeking Behaviors.

Dr. Jillian Medeiros
Assistant Professor, Political Science
RWJF Center Post-Doctoral Fellow
University of New Mexico
 

The Impact of Ethnicity on Attitudes Toward Health Care Reform in New Mexico

Methods. Our data are from a state-wide random digit dialing telephone survey of New Mexico residents, age 18 and older, conducted in the Fall of 2007. With an Hispanic population of 44% and on-going health care reform efforts by the state legislature, New Mexico is an ideal location for this analysis. Results.