Asian americans in politics
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Welcome to Pollapalooza , our weekly polling roundup. In , less than a third of Asian Americans voted Democratic. Asian American voters are hardly a monolith. The different groups that comprise Asian American voters are divided over how much — and whether — they will back Biden for president. And Indian Americans, who have been reliably Democratic for years, now show some signs of slowly shifting to the right.
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Asian Americans used to be a reliable Republican voting bloc. Bush to Arkansas Gov. Businessman and independent candidate H. Preliminary data from late August polls shows Biden leading comfortably among Asian Americans as well. In that same period, the number of Asian Americans eligible to vote has more than doubled , making it the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the electorate.