NAA survey

The 2008 National Asian American Survey - A Post-Election Report in New York City

Release Date: 
July 20, 2009
Contact: 

Naomi Tacuyan Underwood / naomi@apiavote.org

The 2008 National Asian American Survey - A Post-Election Report in New York City



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Asian American voter breakthrough

Publication: 
UCLA Newsroom Election Blog
 
The 2008 presidential election is a watershed for the Asian American vote, at least in California. Of course, I fully acknowledge Hawaii's historical role in politically mobilizing this population as an effective voting bloc, and in consistently electing "their own" into state and national offices.
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Atlantic County politicians court Asian-American vote

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Press of Atlantic City

A burgeoning Asian-American community is slowly changing the political landscape in Atlantic County.

Candidates running for U.S. Congress, county sheriff and freeholder, and municipal offices have been paying attention.

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One in three Asian-American voters undecided

Publication: 
Medill Reports

WASHINGTON—Growing in numbers and diversity--ethnically and ideologically--a large number of undecided Asian voters could swing either way Tuesday, according to a survey of Asian-American voters.

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60 percent Indian Americans are registered Democrats

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That Minority Thing

NEW YORK: Confirming the popular perception about the political leanings of the Indian American community, a recent study revealed that over 60 percent of Indian Americans are registered Democrats. This highly educated and affluent immigrant group largely voted Democratic in the last Presidential election, the study further revealed. Not surprisingly, the survey shows that Indian voters will overwhelmingly support Sen. Barack Obama in the race to the White House.

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In the Spotlight: Asian Americans on the Political Stage

Publication: 
Nichi Bei Times

t's election time again and the stakes are high as to who will be the nation's next president. And with all the political activity on the national and local level, the timing couldn't be better for the unveiling of two reports on the political preferences and emerging influence of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs).

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California Indians strongly back Obama

Publication: 
NDTV.com

Indian Americans in California are the strongest Asian supporters of Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama with about two-thirds backing him as against a little over half nationally, according to a new Read the full article

Who cares about Asian American Voters?

Publication: 
CNN AC360 Blog

The McCain and Obama campaigns should.

More than a third of Asian American likely voters were undecided about their choice for the U.S. President as recently as two weeks ago, according to new data from the 2008 National Asian American Survey. A national sample of 4,394 found 41 percent support Barack Obama while 24 percent say they will vote for John McCain.

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In the Spotlight: Asian Americans on the Political Stage

Publication: 
The Nichi Bei Times

It's election time again and the stakes are high as to who will be the nation's next president. And with all the political activity on the national and local level, the timing couldn't be better for the unveiling of two reports on the political preferences and emerging influence of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs).

Apparently, if we flex our muscles right, we'll no longer get the proverbial sand kicked in our faces.

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Who Is The Asian American Voter?

Publication: 
AsianWeek

This month, professors from Rutgers University, the University of California and the University of Southern California released the results from an ambitious project known as the National Asian American Survey.

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