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CA ASIAN AMERICAN VOTER SURVEY Data
View cross-tabs, including data on the Presidential race, Proposition 15 & 16,
and many priority issues, including health care, economy, racial discrimination, and more.
This post presents the results of interviews conducted by telephone and online from July 15 to September 10, of 1,569 registered voters who identify as Asian American, producing an overall margin of sampling error of +/- 2%. Sampling was targeted towards the six largest national origin groups that together account for more than 75% of the Asian American adult citizen population. Interviews were conducted in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, and Vietnamese, and included landlines, mobile phones, and web surveys.The sample sizes by ethnicity are as follows, along with an estimation of the margin of error associated with each sample size (in parentheses): Total: 1,569(+/- 2%) Asian Indian: 260 (+/- 6%) Chinese: 306 (+/- 6%) Filipino: 263(+/- 6%) Japanese: 226 (+/- 7%) Korean: 250 (+/- 6%) Vietnamese: 264 (+/- 6%)
Sampling error from the size of our sample is only one type of error possible in surveys like the 2020 Asian American Voter Survey (AAVS). Findings may also be subject to variation from question wording, question order, and the time and date when the survey was conducted. The findings in this report are weighted statistically to account for any demographic differences of interest between the sample and population parameters for analyses of the national Asian American population, as well as for subgroups of the population, on the following dimensions: size of group within a state, educational attainment, gender, age, and nativity.
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