Legate of Judea pointed to an exit poll conducted by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund that found Hillary Clinton’s margin of victory among the country’s “fastest growing minority” to be wider than the ‘official’ Edison poll commissioned by several major media companies. By reverse engineering results from Reuters-Ipsos’ ongoing presidential approval poll, we can get a third Asian result there. The following table shows the results from each of the three polls in a two-way race:
In addition to a greater sample size, AALDEF asserts another reason its poll shows Democrats doing better than others do:
While Edison Research conducted polling in English and Spanish, AALDEF used questionnaires written in English and 11 Asian languages including Chinese, Bengali, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese, plus volunteers who could speak 23 Asian languages and dialects.
Reuters-Ipsos doesn’t indicate what languages, if any, beyond English are used in its polling.
More from AALDEF:
One of three (32%) Asian American voters surveyed said they were limited English proficient (“LEP”), which is defined as reading English less than “very well.” … Seven percent (7%) of voters said they had difficulty voting because no assistance was available in their native language, while 15% said they either used the interpreters or translated materials provided at the site or brought their own.
This suggests, unsurprisingly, that Asians who speak little to no English are even more inclined to vote Democrat than Asians who speak English are. The Tower of Babel could replace Washington DC as the country’s most impenetrable Democrat stronghold.
Most Asian voters in the US were not born here:
Seventy-six percent (76%) of all respondents were foreign-born, naturalized citizens [were they?].
The following table from the AALDEF report shows how various Asian groups voted. Off to the left I’ve added the percentage growth in the number of migrants to the US from each of the countries listed from 1990 to 2015. The correlation between growth in the size of each particular Asian population over the last 25 years and voting for Clinton is .59 (p = .12):
It’s almost as though the left is intentionally importing a new people, with special preference given to those most likely to vote for it.