Tapping the GoToQuiz.com database again, the following graph shows two-way partisan affiliation among those in the US under the age of 18, by race and by sex:
The smallest sample comes from American Indians, but even it is a respectable 902. Quantity isn’t a problem. As mentioned previously, though, quality could be.
The gender gap is huge. Minor males split 61.6%-38.4% for the GOP while minor females split an almost mirror 39.6%-60.4% for Democrats. Whites and males, and especially white males, are overrepresented in the survey results (recall the respondent pool is self-selected and self-identified), so while at first blush this may appear to suggest that the generational cohort is evenly split along partisan lines, the real result is something more like Republican support in the low forties and Democrat support in the high fifties, something like 43%-57% in the Democrats’ favor.
The survey has three distinct categories for “Asian”, “Indian”, and “American Indian”. Epicanthic eyefolds, dots, and feathers, I respectively–and respectfully!–assume. To avoid the confusion of using the word “Indian” for two different racial categories in the graph, “subcontinental” is used instead.
Among adults in the database, the stronger Democrat skew among South Asians than among East Asians is present as well, very similar to the results presented above for those under the age of 18. East Asians break about 2-to-1 Democrat while South Asians do so at a rate of 4-to-1.