Principal Investigator(s): Lien, Pei-te
Summary: The purpose of this multicity, multiethnic, and multilingual survey was to provide a preliminary attempt to gauge the political attitudes and behavior of Asian Americans on a national scale. Major areas of investigation include ethnic identity, acculturation, homeland politics, voting and other types of political participation, political ideology, political partisanship, opinions on various social issues, social connectedness, racial integration, and group discrimination. Respondents were asked ... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR03832.v1
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