Preliminary insights into Asian American voters in New York

Tuesday, April 19th are the presidential primaries in New York—and with over 903,000 eligible AAPI voters in the state, our communities are poised to make an impact not only in November's general election, but in the primaries as well.

APIAVote, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC, and AAPI Data are conducting a national survey of Asian American registered voters this Spring. 111 responses have been collected so far in New York state, giving us a glimpse into the broader results from the national survey late Spring. 

Click through to the AAPI Data blog for a preview on important issues for Asian American voters in New York, as well as favorability numbers among Asian American registered voters for the presidential candidates. 

See the preliminary data on New York →

The APA Voice coalition in New York, which includes Minkwon Center for Community Action and other APIAVote partners, has produced voter guides for the 2016 election year. 

The coalition has also done phone banking and canvassing leading up to tomorrow's primaries. 

The APA Voice Voter Guides are available in EnglishKoreanChineseBengali, and Nepali. You can view the APA Voice Voter Guides online now—find information on frequently asked questions about voting, dates and deadlines, important issues, and more!

Download the voter guides →