Leading restaurant menu attributes for Hispanics in the U.S., 2015, by language

This statistic shows the share of Hispanic diners by the menu attributes they consider important when deciding where to eat in the U.S. in 2015, by language. During the survey, 42 percent of Hispanics whose dominant language was Spanish considered the availability of children's options an important factor when deciding where to eat.

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Release date

May 2015


United States

Survey time period


Number of respondents

1,200 respondents

Special properties


Supplementary notes

Respondents could choose up to five options.
Date and type of survey were not provided by the source. The date of survey given is the date of publication.

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