Asian American Political Participation: Emerging Constituents and Their Political Identities


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Asian Americans are a small percentage of the U.S. population, but their numbers are steadily rising from less than a million in 1960 to more than 15 million today. They are also a remarkably diverse population representing several ethnicities, religions, and languages and they enjoy higher levels of education and income than any other U.S. racial group. Historically, socioeconomic status has been a reliable predictor of political behavior. So why has this fast-growing American population, which is doing so well ...