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In the United States, a white Latino [3] is an individual who self-identifies as white and of Latino descent. The largest group being white Mexican Americans. White Latino Americans are a broader category, and may include people of Puerto Rican descent who self-identify in addition to Spanish-speaking populations. Based on the definitions created by the Office of Management and Budget and the US Census Bureau , the concepts of race and ethnicity are mutually independent.

For the Census Bureau, ethnicity distinguishes between those who report ancestral origins in Latin America Latino Americans , and those who do not non-Latino Americans. Classification was up to each census official's discretion before the establishment of a centralized Census Bureau in As had been the case historically, classification of Latinos presented difficulties in the United States, for the country did not have large mixed-race domestic populations.

White Americans are therefore referenced as white Latinos and non-Latino whites , the former consisting of white Americans who report Latin American ancestry, and the latter consisting of white Americans who do not report Latin American ancestry.

As of , 62 million or Of those, Some white Latinos in the United States of America today are descended from original Spanish colonists who settled the so-called "internal provinces" and Louisiana of New Spain. As the United States expanded westward , it annexed lands with a long-established population of Spanish-speaking settlers, who were overwhelmingly or exclusively of white Spanish ancestry cf.

White Mexican. Prior to incorporation into the United States of America and briefly, into Independent Texas , Hispanos had enjoyed a privileged status in the society of New Spain and later in post-colonial Mexico. Concepts of multiracial identity have existed in Latin America since the colonial era, originating in a Spanish caste system that apportioned different rights to people based on their degree of European, African, and Indigenous American ancestry.

During the 20th century, the concept of mestizaje , or 'blending', was adopted as a national identity by a of Latin American countries in order to reduce racial conflict. A Pew Research Center survey found that one-third of US Latinos identify as "mestizo", "mulatto", or another multiracial identity. As of , The respondents in the "some other race" category are reclassified as white by the Census Bureau in its official estimates of race. Latinos who are native-born and those who are immigrant identify as white in nearly identical percentages: The overall Latino ratio was White Latinos are widespread, with Florida and Texas being 2 states with some of the highest percentages of Latinos self identifying as white.

Some Latino American groups that have white majorities or pluralities originate in countries that do not. The differences in racial perceptions that exist in both countries are considered: The concept of race in Mexico is subtle not only including physical clues such as skin color but also cultural dispositions, morality, economic, and intellectual status. It is not static or well defined but rather is defined and redefined by the situation.

This makes racial distinctions different from those in other countries such as the United States. Other important differences lay in the criteria and formats used for the censuses in each country: In Mexico, the only ethnic census including other than Amerindian dated back to performed by the government offered the following options in the questionnaire: [25].

While many Americans may be biologically multiracial, they often do not know it or do not identify so culturally. Judith Ortiz Cofer noted that appellation varies according to geographical location, observing that in Puerto Rico she was considered white, but in the United States she was considered a " brown person.

Since the early days of the movie industry in the United States of America, when white Latino actors are given roles, they are frequently cast in non-Latino white roles. Myrtle Gonzalez was one such American actress in the silent film era; she starred in at least 78 motion pictures from to Telenovelas soap operas have been criticized for not fully reflecting the racial diversity of Latino Americans, and for underrepresenting non-white Latino, Latino Americans, and non-white Latin Americans.

Sonya Smith, however, was the first actor of Latin American descent to portray a Latina without stereotypical perception portrayed as blond and blue-eyed Latina, not a Latina mestiza nor mulatta nor Mediterranean-looking Latina in a Hollywood film Hunted by Night , an English-language movie with an all-Latino cast.

Intermarriage rates between whites and Latinos do not differ ificantly among the genders with Latina females slightly more likely to marry whites. Genetic research has found that the average non-European admixture is present in both white-Latinos and non-Latino whites with different degrees according to different areas of the United States.

Each Latin American country has a unique demographic history. Mexican Americans and Central Americans may be more racially mestizo , for instance, but the same is not true of American Latinos from countries with higher proportions of white Latin Americans , such as Argentina , Uruguay , Brazil , Chile , Colombia , and Venezuela.

The genetic profile of American Latinos varies from group to group and is a result of unique immigration histories. Racial category. This section needs to be updated. Please help update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. September Hispanic and Latino Americans portal. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race: and ". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved September 10, Retrieved April 6, Census Bureau.

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