By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
An election day survey of nearly 14,000 Asian American voters from 55 cities and 14 states has found 30 percent of those polled were first-time voters.
The old adage one person, one vote doesn’t seem to apply in the presidential election for people of color.
An analysis by the Center for Economic and Policy Research has found Asian American votes are only worth 0.93 of 1 vote, Latinos 0.91, Blacks 0.95 and Whites 1.0
How can that be? Under … Read more
A Muslim woman at San Diego State University is accosted, verbally abused, and has her car stolen by Trump supporters. An Asian American friend picks their child up early from school because the relentless bullying by children who support Donald Trump’s views on people of color became too much. … Read more
The way the Republicans are going at it it really does feel like round 2.
Voters in Florida, Ilinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio go to the polls today.
According to APIAVote, the impact of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander voters will be felt. There are 127,000 and … Read more
By Ed Diokno
By Ed Diokno
How in the world does one combine the Jedi Knights from Star Wars, the ongoing presidential campaign, combating apathy with an Asian American angle?
57% of Asian Americans polled in Texas voted for Obama during the presidential election last November, according to a recent survey by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF).
The findings are based on an exit poll of 613 Asian American voters in Texas, the largest survey of its kind in the nation.… Read more
New survey results released from a poll taken by the Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund found an overwhelming majority of Filipino Americans voted for Barack Obama over Mitt Romney, reports Yahoo
Many pre-election projections predicted the Filipino American community would lean towards Romney, but the multi-lingual AALDEF poll found 65% voted for … Read more