I think since most do not abort their children, they have larger families than many today, so it would make sense they’re spending more than average.
I don’t think they have a lower abortion rate than other groups.
The Hispanic out-of-wedlock birth rate is 53 percent, about twice that of whites.
There much more in the Free Republic thread, Why Hispanics Dont Vote for Republicans including this fact:
The idea of the social issues Hispanic voter is also a mirage. A majority of Hispanics now support gay marriage [sic], a Pew Research Center poll from last month found.
I'll add that I personally object to the term "gay marriage" since sodomites are anything but gay, in the true sense of the word. They are miserable, frustrated creatures pushing their perversion. And the support of this abomination by the majority of Hispanics explodes the myth that they are attuned to the principle of Conservatism.
Buy the way, please make a point to read post #8 in the thread I referenced.
I don’t know about the abortion rate, but I think your other claims are pretty false. The birth rate of Mexico is just a tiny bit above the U.S., and at the current rate, it will be at the European rate, far below the U.S., very soon. Mexico’s population will be contracting very soon. My understanding is the Hispanics in the U.S. have the same birth rate as U.S. people in general. Do you have any statistics that contradict this?
Mexico had a birth rate about 6, probably as recently as the 60s, but U.S.-based organizations starting then, undertook many efforts to reduce that. Now many women are sterilized in the hospital after their first birth, with or without their consent.