Data & Research

Please complete our brief COVID-19 Community Survey of Needs. Hispanic Alliance is eager to understand the needs and struggles that each of our network members has seen or experienced during our battle with COVID-19. We would like to hear from you, click on the link to see submit a response.  

Hispanic/Latinos National Origins, Citizenship Status, and Income report, prepared by intern Mateo Pierce-Mosquera and Research Director Dr. Robert P. Fenton, provides pertinent data on the state's growing Hispanic/Latino community, particularly around the issue of citizenship and income. 

DHEC launched held a Pulse Survey on COVID-19 Vaccination from January 25 to February 8, 2021 to better gauge current vaccine interest levels across the state and best determine how to shape our future outreach efforts across the state. DHEC received more than 31,000 responses. 

30% of new coronavirus cases in Greenville, a new hotspot, are in Hispanic community

By Mary Katherine Wildeman


Jun 5, 2020 Updated Jun 7, 2020

Hispanic Adults in Families with Noncitizens Disproportionately Feel the Economic Fallout from COVID-19

From the Urban Institute via the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

U.S. Latinos Among Hardest Hit by Pay Cuts, Job Losses Due to Coronavirus

From the Pew Research Center

Hispanics More Likely Than Americans Overall to See Coronavirus as a Major Threat to Health and Finances

From the Pew Research Center

Infographic: Coronavirus and Immigrant Health Workers

From the National Immigration Forum

COVID-19 Latino Impact Report

From the League of United Latin American Citizens 

Care For America’s Elderly And Disabled People Relies On Immigrant Labor

From Health Affairs