Hispanics expected to be largest share of nonwhite voters in 2020

For the first time in our country's history, Hispanics are on track to be the largest minority group to be eligible to vote in a presidential election, according to data on the 2020 electorate released by the Pew Research Center.

The next year's presidential election, 32 million Hispanics will be eligible to vote (which translates to 13.3 percent of the electorate), just above the 30 million voters who are black. In the last presidential election Hispanics were 11.9 percent of the electorate.

Also according to Pew, the number of Latinos who don’t vote has been greater than the number who do in every presidential election since 1996.