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2016 Asian American Election Eve Poll

We collaborated with Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, National Education Association, and Services Employees International Union to survey 2,391 voters from diverse Asian ethnic groups in six languages.

Top-lines Summary and Results Slide Deck


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2016 Election Eve Poll Results

In the 2016 Election, Asian Americans favored Clinton over Trump by a 75 to 19 margin. Asian Americans also heavily favored Democrats in Senate and Congressional races.

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Media Releases

“Latino and Asian American Election Eve Poll Findings Part I: Immigration Top Issue for Latinos; Economy & Jobs Top Issue for Asian Americans”

“2016 Latino and Asian American Election Eve Poll Findings, Part II: Approximately Half Report Early Voting”

“Latino Decisions and Asian American Decisions Election Eve Polling to Be Most Accurate Source for Latino and AAPI Choices This Cycle”

“Asian American Voters Backed Clinton”

“Latino Voters Backed Clinton”

“2016 Asian American Election Eve Poll Set for Release in Multiple Installments”

“2016 National & Target State Latino & AAPI Election Eve Polls Set for Release in Installments”

National Asian American Poll Announcement

Results by State




North Carolina