42% of Millennials say there should be more Hispanic actors on TV and Music [REPORT]

The focus is on diversity in pop culture for Hispanic Heritage month. When it comes to pop culture, many Americans are welcoming of Spanish-language media, while roughly one-third say there should be more representation in the media. According to new data from YouGov Omnibus:

  •     36% of millennials believe there should be more Hispanics in pop culture vs. 27% of the total population
  •     51% of Hispanics living in the US agree with this too
  •     42% of Millennials and 53% of Hispanics say there should be more Hispanic actors on popular American TV shows

Furthermore, about half (49%) of Americans listen to music in languages other than English. When asked which other languages besides English are spoken or sang in the music they listen to, 52% chose Spanish. Among Hispanics living in the US, 85% said Spanish.

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