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【 以下文字转载自 USelection 俱乐部 】
发信人: CalCat (北加猫), 信区: USelection
标 题: Asian-Americans Are Against Trump
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Mon Oct 10 13:21:26 2016, 美东)
Asian-American Voters Are Diverse But Unified Against Donald Trump
By Dhrumil Mehta and Jennifer Kanjana
Filed under 2016 Election
The new National Asian American Survey shows that Asian-American registered
voters are increasingly identifying as Democrats. The Democratic edge over
Republicans has increased by 11 percentage points since 2012, according to
the NAAS, which was released last week. The 2016 survey also found that 59
percent of respondents favor Hillary Clinton in this year’s presidential
election while only 16 percent prefer Donald Trump — 26 percent are either
undecided or favor a third-party candidate.1
The NAAS is significant because good data on the political preferences of
Asian-Americans is hard to come by. Since Asian-Americans make up only about
4 percent of the electorate, most conventional political polls simply don’
t reach enough of them to make statistically sound conclusions about their
political leanings. The NAAS, however, sampled 2,238 Asian-Americans and 305
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders.2
Even beyond sample-size issues, polling Asian-Americans can be difficult.
Asian-Americans have one of the highest rates of limited English proficiency
, and about 3 in 4 are foreign-born. For these reasons, 45 percent of the
interviews in the NAAS were conducted in one of nine languages other than
English (Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Japanese, Hindi,
Hmong, Cambodian).
Indeed, “Asian-American” is a broad group that includes many different
ethnicities with distinct political traditions. Vietnamese-Americans have
historically leaned more Republican than other Asian-American subgroups, for
example; Indian-Americans and Japanese-Americans have leaned more
Democratic. Still, Democrats have made substantial gains across most ethnic
subgroups of Asian-Americans.
2012 2016
DEM. REP. DEM. REP. CHANGE IN DEM. EDGE
Filipino 36% 46% 52% 33% +28
Vietnamese 32 36 45 29 +20
Hmong 63 12 76 6 +19
Korean 56 33 70 27 +19
Asian Indian 68 10 71 13 +1
Chinese 56 19 51 18 -4
Japanese 59 28 59 34 -6
Cambodian 62 11 68 26 -9
All Asian-Americans 51 28 57 24 +11
Share of Asian-American registered voters who identify as Democratic or
Republican
Numbers have been rounded.
SOURCE: NATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN SURVEY
In the aftermath of the 2012 election, the Republican National Committee
released a report calling on the party to do a better job connecting with
minority populations. The RNC hired a national field director, Stephen Fong,
and a national communications director, Jason Chung, to conduct outreach to
Asian-American voters. Karthick Ramakrishnan, director of the NAAS, said in
an interview that the GOP was “trying to project this image of the
Republican Party that was more open, that is more tolerant, that is trying
to do significant outreach to the community.”
Ramakrishnan said the GOP appeared to be making strides in some areas,
pointing to the 2014 election of several Asian-American Republicans to seats
in California’s state legislature. But he said that the polarizing nature
of this year’s GOP presidential nominee seems to be nullifying any gains
Republicans might have made and that support among Asian-Americans for the
GOP may be lower now than in 2012. In previous years, Ramakrishnan said,
surveys of Asian-Americans showed larger differences in political
preferences between subgroups and between regions of the country. “One way
you could put it is that Trump is nationalizing the election for Asian-
Americans,” he said.
mehta-asian-am-trump
Trump’s effect on the concerns of Asian-Americans may be evident in an open
-ended NAAS question that asks respondents to name the “most important
problem facing the United States.” Ten percent of registered voters in the
NAAS said “racism or racial discrimination,” the third-most-common answer,
behind the economy and national security. Trump has been criticized for
anti-immigrant and racist rhetoric, including saying that Mexican immigrants
are rapists, and for proposing to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the
country.
mehtakanjana-asian-americans-1
In 2012, only 2 percent of likely voters cited race or racism.
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