Two-thirds of Hispanics in the US now favor bringing troops home as soon as possible, up from 51% in January 2005 and a considerably higher rate than the number (about one in two) among the general public who think so. Conversely, the share of Latinos who favored keeping troops in Iraq until the situation there has stabilized has declined from 37% to 19%. Native-born Hispanics are generally more supportive of the war than their foreign-born counterparts. But in the latest survey, the native born are almost as adamant about bringing troops home as the foreign born (62% vs. 68% respectively). Read More

Russell Heimlich  is a former web developer at Pew Research Center.