• November 07, 2014

    An Agenda for Justice Contours of Public Opinion Among Asian Americans

    Along with the growing presence of Asian American voters is a growing interest in the opinions and priorities of this electorate. This report presents the results of interviews conducted by telephone from August 14 to September 11, 2014, of 1,337 registered voters who identify as Asian American, producing an overall margin of sampling error of +/- 2.7%.

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  • October 23, 2014

    Asian Americans Turn Out For What? Spotlight on Youth Voters in 2014

    This report looks at Asian American youth voters, and finds that age bears a significant relationship to nativity among Asian Americans. In past midterm elections, Asian American youth participation has been low relative to older Asian Americans, and to white and African American youth. Asian American young adults are those least likely to receive election-related voter contact. At the same time, Asian American young adults are more likely than average to say that they are more enthusiastic about the 2014 election th

  • October 07, 2014

    Left, Right or Center? Asian American Voters in 2014

    The data on Asian American public opinion reveals that Asian American voters are “up for grabs” in terms of party identification. Given that the Asian American electorate is still making up its mind on political parties, it is surprising to still find low rates of electoral contact. Ethnic media is an important source of political information, especially for Chinese American and Vietnamese American voters. Asian Americans tend to favor the Democratic Party on many key issues. Overall, voter enthusiasm is the same than before.

  • October 01, 2014

    State Factsheets (2014)

    Find facsheets and data on the AAPI electorate in 2014 here. 2014 factsheets include number of eligible AAPI voters in the state, total population numbers, ethnic population breakdown, population growth rates, county breakdown based on AAPI population, and more.




  • April 05, 2013

    Behind the Numbers: Post Election Survey of Asian American and Pacific Islander Voters in 2012

    As the fastest-growing racial groups in the United States, the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities demonstrated their strength and commitment to civic participation by turning out in record numbers this past election. Our findings emphasize that the Asian American and Pacific Islander voting blocs are truly up for grabs. Although overall political engagement increased, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders do not strongly identify with any party. They vote for candidates who support and promote progress on issues that matter to their families and communities.

  • December 12, 2012

    Preliminary Post-Election Poll Results of Asian American Voters

    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.