Fascinating thinking on what the 2012 election tells us about our changing culture in the US on boston.com, "We've come (and are going) a long way, bebé."
Here's a taste:
So if we circle back (or zoom ahead, as it were) to 2050 when Quinceañeras—fifteenth birthday parties—will certainly be as well known as confirmations and bat mitzvahs, what will that election look like? For starters, one in every three voters will be of Hispanic origin. Hispanics will be younger than the general population. The average Hispanic will be 31 years old.