Field Dates: 8/5/09 – 9/16/09

Respondents: Nationally-representative sample of 2,012 Latino respondents ages 16 and older

Margin of Error: +/-3.70 percentage points at the 95% confidence level

This survey focused primarily on Latino youth, including questions regarding educational experiences, identity, discrimination, social values, teen sexual activity, parental relationships, crime, and media and technology use.  While Latinos ages 16-25 were oversampled, Latinos ages 26 and older were also interviewed in regards to almost all of the survey topics, as well.