The Census reports on economic hardship and household wealth among Hispanics by country of origin. 35% of Hispanic and 24% of non-Hispanic people in the United States lived in a household that experienced material hardship in 2020. About half of Dominicans and Salvadorans experienced material hardship. But only 23% of Columbians experienced hardship. (Columbian household economic conditions are better than those of Cubans in the U.S.)
Average household wealth of Hispanics ($52K) is much less than that of non-Hispanics ($195K). the table below shows the average wealth of five nationalities of Hispanics.