The 2020 census results confirmed what had already been underway for many years: In Connecticut, Hispanic and Latino population growth is the most striking of any group in the state.
As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close this week, an analysis of the responses people who identified as Hispanic or Latin American gave to the US Census Bureau shows that their numbers have grown at a rapid rate, this community of Connecticut has become increasingly diverse.
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