By 2060 the Hispanic population of the US is projected to double to 110M.
CLICKERS -- "The new household names:Garcia is now the sixth-most-common surname in the U.S.," by Vice's Spe Chen: "The 2010 [Census] data ... show that six of the 20 most common last names in the U.S. now have Hispanic or Latino origin. In 1990, just 2 of the 20 most common names were Hispanic. ... The Hispanic population in the U.S. grew by 43 percent between 2000 and 2010. That year there were some 50.5 million Hispanic-Americans, or 16 percent of the overall population."