56 percent of Latinos have dated someone outside of the race.
14.2% of married Hispanic women and 13.3% of married Hispanic men are involved with a non-Hispanic spouse.
Since their nationwide legalization in 1967, interracial relationships have become more commonplace.
The larger amount of interracial dating isn't reflected in the number of couples who marry, however -- though those numbers are increasing as well.
Also, Hispanic men are two-thirds more likely than black men to marry a white spouse; and Hispanic women are four times more likely than Black women to marry white men.
This news does not surprise, considering that it has been established that Latinos comprise 45% of the interracial relationships.
And, other families won't understand, and they might make "harmless" yet offensive remarks that will upset the company.