Roberto Suro

Expert in print journalism, Latino public opinion and the implications of U.S. Hispanic population growth

Professor of Journalism, USC Annenberg School

Director, Tomas Rivera Policy Institute at USC Price School


  • Election 2016
  • Latino public opinion and voting behavior
  • Hispanic demographics
  • Spanish-language media in the U.S.
  • national, international and Washington print journalism
  • portrayal of Latinos in media
  • immigration

Additional Information

  • Former director, Pew Hispanic Center
  • Author, Strangers Among Us: Latino Lives in a Changing America (1999)
  • Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
  • Former senior staffer, The New York Times and The Washington Post

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