December 12, 2012

This is a preliminary release of post-election poll results of a survey of Asian American voters 2012. Asian Americans are an important and growing political constituency. As the fastest growing racial group in the U.S., the Asian American community demonstrated its strength and active civic participation by turning out in record numbers this past election. The findings emphasize that the Asian American voting bloc is truly up for grabs. While overall engagement increased, Asian Americans do not strongly identify with any political party, thus voting for candidates who support and promote progress on issues that matter to Asian American families and communities.

Download the preliminary findings

Download the powerpoint presentation

Watch webinar of findings