For a system such as the Nielsen National Peoplemeter panel, with only about ~3000 total Hispanic homes, the chances are extremely low of each tranche being representative by overlaps of heritage, socioeconomics, degree of acculturation, language spoken at home, multicultural makeup, device usage, and pay TV status, especially given that the sample size in any cell composed of so many matrix dimensions is going to be extremely small, probably single digit or zero. Nielsen could theoretically re-weight and project to correct for this, although even the US Census does not collect all the data needed to do that.
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