RESULTS OF THE 2012 NATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN SURVEY
Following the first debate, APIAVote will host a webinar to discuss the issues important to AAPI voters and the survey results of the 2012 National Asian American Survey. Drawn from a nationally representative sample of more than 3,300 interviews, the reports offer the most comprehensive portrait of Asian American political views. The survey data show that 32% of likely Asian American voters remain undecided after the presidential nominating conventions, much higher than the estimated 7 percent rate among the general population. Moreover, one in six Asian Americans lives in a battleground state during the 2012 presidential election.
JOIN US FOR A WEBINAR HOSTED BY APIAVOTE
FEATURING A PRESENTATION FROM PRINCIPAL RESEARCHERS,
KARTHICK RAMAKRISHNAN AND TAEKU LEE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2012
2:30 PM EST/11:30 AM PST
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Join us as we discuss how there are considerable differences by ethnic groups, what issues are most important to AAPIs, and the significance of a large undecided block of likely voters.CLICK HERE to read the report.