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Puerto Ricans and Mexican Americans, the two largest Latino groups in the U.S., show more vaccine hesitancy, with most citing concerns over potential negative long-term effects, analysis shows - @NBCLatino 

Puerto Ricans and Mexican Americans, the two largest Latino groups in the U.S., show more vaccine hesitancy, with most citing concerns over potential negative long-term effects, analysis shows - @NBCLatino 

Some Latino groups, incl. Mexican Americans and Puerto Ricans, are more wary of the Covid vaccine, so Biden administration's outreach, education needs to be tailored, say researchers Gabriel Sanchez, Juan Peña on @BrookingsInst . By @Nicolemarie_A 

@ianbremmer  For important context: MORE THAN HALF of Latinos in the US are Mexican-Americans. Puerto Ricans are the second largest group. The two largest groups chose Biden by a more than 2-1 margin.

“For Puerto Ricans, Cubans, for Mexican Americans, Trump is the biggest threat for all of us,” said @Hesanche  of @MiFamiliaVota . Puerto Rican voters, battered by crisis, could be pivotal for Biden in Florida. via @NBCNews 

The "Boycott Goya” movement, some Latinos say, is more about taking a stand against the president’s bigotry than about punishing the brand: “Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company. It hurt me, coming from Goya."

The "Boycott Goya” movement, some Latinos say, is more about taking a stand against the president’s bigotry than about punishing the brand: “Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company. It hurt me, coming from Goya."

The "Boycott Goya” movement, some Latinos say, is more about taking a stand against the president’s bigotry than about punishing the brand: “Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company. It hurt me, coming from Goya."

The "Boycott Goya” movement, some Latinos say, is more about taking a stand against the president’s bigotry than about punishing the brand: “Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company. It hurt me, coming from Goya."

“Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company," one former customer said. "It hurt me, coming from Goya."

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“Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company," one former customer said. "It hurt me, coming from Goya"

Latinos who are sticking to boycotting Goya products say it's not about politics, but about fighting Trump’s “hate.” “Puerto Ricans, Dominicans and Mexican Americans — we made that company," a former customer said. "It hurt me,” by @RaulAReyes ⁩

Suggests Trump effect much stronger among Mexican-Americans than Puerto Ricans/Cubans. Also Obama won FL Hispanics by +21

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