The multi-lingual poll of 1150 Asian Americans was taken in the days right before the election in California, Texas and Virginia.
It found that Asian American favored Democratic candidates over Republican candidates by a two to one margin, 66 to 34 percent.
In California, Asian Americans preferred incumbent Jerry Brown over Republican and Indian American Neel Kashkari 72 to 21 percent. Support for Brown was much stronger than the general electorate which re-elected him with 59 percent of the vote.
Texas voters elected Republican Greg Abbott over Democrat Wendy Davis 59 to 39 percent, but Asian Americans polled were evenly split 48 to 48 percent.
In Virginia, the pollster concluded that Asian Americans provided the margin of victory for incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Warner. Asian Americans supported him over Ed Gillespie by 68 to 29 percent. NBC called Warner the winner with a 49 to 48 percent vote.
The poll found the most important issues among Asian Americans are the economy (32%), education (22%), health care (18%) and immigration (13%).
73 percent say health care is one of the most important issues. Immigration is listed as one of the most important issues by 47 percent of those polled.
If they were to vote today, 65 percent of Asian Americans polled said they would support a Democrat for president over a Republican. Hillary Clinton is the favored candidate among the Democrats. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is most favored among the Republicans.
The complete poll results will be released today at 1 pm.