Tuesday, June 27, 2017 | Updated at 2:48 PM ET

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Less than half of undocumented youth living in the United States identify with the Democratic Party, while most of the others claim loyalty to independent parties or nonparty affiliations, according to a new study published earlier this week.

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A recent CNN report revealed that are more Puerto Ricans living in the U.S. mainland than there are living in Puerto Rico.

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American intelligence is being questioned, yet again, due greatly to a study that was recently conducted by Vouchercloud.net, a coupons website, which revealed that 11% of participants thought that HTML -the markup language for web page creation- was a sexually transmitted disease.

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During the last few years, environmentalists, activists and some landowners have protested the Keystone XL pipeline extension from Alberta, Canada's oil sands to Port Arthur, Texas because of fear that it could it cause environmental degradation to the farmlands in the Midwest.

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Lake Research Partners conducted a survey which revealed Latinos' true attitudes toward abortion, debunking widespread misconceptions regarding their stance on the subject.

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Bedrooms aren't only for sleeping, they are the backdrop for intimate encounters and sexual exploration. AARP conducted a survey that supports the belief that older Hispanics "put a higher priority on having great sex and passion in their relationships than do other Americans."

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The state of Latinos and Tech is increasingly reported on, especially by Latino journalists and/or in the pages of tech sections at Latino-focused news media, like this website. Rarely is the mirror turned on the Latino reporters, but one survey hopes to begin doing just that: studying Latino journalists' beliefs about their careers and the role social media and technology play in their lives.

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The National Institutes of Health authored and analyzed a survey that addressed the television viewing of young Latino children, which comprises one in five children in the U.S., today. The study was done to examine the correlation between health and viewing habits, and how the primary language spoken at home may affect the outcome of the child's eating habits, weight, and attention/focusing skills.

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UCLA Williams Institute just released a new report estimating that 1.4 Million, or 4.3 percent, of the Latino adults in the U.S. identify themselves as LGBT.

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