The last U.S. census reveals that the Hispanic population has increased, especially in southern states, where has been an increase of 14 million people in the last ten years.
In the West there has been a population growth of 8.7 million.
According to the initial estimates of the government, Hispanics have expanded and grown in northern states as well.
Census results affect the country’s politics as well. The Hispanic areas are mostly conservative. It is also necessary the change of 435 seats in the country which are divided among the 50 states to collect the vote of approximately 700.000 people, but it will be necessary to make changes due to the increasing population .