This morning Pew outlined the reason why.
–the high error rate with such a small sampling of Asian Americans
–the expense of multi-lingual polling
–Asian Americans are included in polling, just not broken out.
You can read the full explanation here in Pew.
One has to wonder then what it will take to change this. These excuses are nothing new. They’re the same excuses used in the early 2000s. The Asian American population has doubled since then. But the excuses remain the same. It’s amazing with today’s technological advances, polling hasn’t advanced with it.