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Center for American Progress and AAPI Data (2014)

With respect to the size of government, Asian Americans are more likely than the U.S. average to prefer an activist government that provides more services than a smaller government that provides fewer services.
Princeton University Press (2010)

The book explores why so many Americans--in particular, Latinos and Asians--fail to develop ties to either major party, why African Americans feel locked into a particular party, and why some white Americans are shut out by ideologically polarized party competition.
The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media

This chapter studies the implications of the socioeconomic and demographic factors on public opinion among Asian Americans.
Russell Sage Foundation (2011)

This book examines why some groups participate while others do not, why certain civic activities are deemed preferable to others, and why Asian socioeconomic advantage has so far not led to increased political clout.