I'm sure I'm not the only one who has noticed this seemingly new demographic category as of the last census or so. I noticed it a while back when looking for demographic information on towns in California, which will often say something like: "61.2% white [39.6% Non-Hispanic White]" Who or what exactly are "Hispanic Whites?" Obviously "Hispanic" technically just means a Spanish speaker, which is essentially meaningless as a racial category. And of course this new system of categorization is just designed to make us feel better about our ongoing demographic displacement and fudge racial crime statistics yet again, but all that being said, how exactly does someone get tagged as a "Hispanic White"? I mean are census workers asked to use some "poetic license" when they see people and lump them in a "Hispanic White" versus "Hispanic Nonwhite" category? It's surely not self reported because I don't ever know anyone who has self-identified as "Hispanic White". Given our anti-white social climate, even the actual Hispanic "Whites" I know that look and pass as white still self-identify more with La Raza than they do the white race.