Proposal for the 2016 Time Series: Attitudes towards Services in Spanish

The presence of Spanish in the United States is in constant progression. Not only is the proportion of the Hispanic population in growth (Humes et al. 2011), but the range of services offered in Spanish by the government (federal, state and local) and private businesses are also increasing (Helpford 2015, Macías 2014). The case can be made that Spanish has become a de facto national language of the United States.

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