first 18 weeks of 2015, 13 percent of the total 46 Hispanic guests who appeared on English-language Sunday shows participated in a discussion about U.S. immigration policy. No Hispanic Guests On English-Language Shows Discussed Health Care, Few Talked About Jobs And Economy. Despite the fact that high levels of Hispanics in the U.S. are uninsured, no Hispanic guests on the English-language Sunday shows participated in discussions about health care during the 2015 period studied. Only 9 percent talked about the economy, and just 4 percent discussed education. Because national polling shows that jobs and the economy are the top concern of 34 percent of Latinos, education is a priority for 21 percent, and health care is the most significant issue for 17 percent, Media Matters coded for these three topics only, in addition to immigration. [Latino Decisions, 2014 Election Eve Poll 11/04/14] Continue reading…