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yeah wow revelatory. prepare your mind to be blown with this rare and strange text: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_A...t_and_politics
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"In the 1992 presidential election Republican George H. W. Bush received 55% of the Asian-American vote compared to 31% for Democrat Bill Clinton. Asian Americans voted Republican and were the only racial group more conservative than whites in the 1990s, according to surveys.[29] The Asian American vote has slowly shifted since then with Democrat John Kerry winning 56% of the Asian American vote in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election; Chinese and Indian Americans were more likely to support John Kerry; whereas Vietnamese and Filipino Americans supported George Bush.[32] The Japanese leaned towards Kerry, while the Koreans leaned towards Bush.[32] Democrat Barack Obama won 62% of the Asian American vote in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election,[33] with the margin increasing during the 2012 United States presidential elections, where Asian-American voters voted to re-elect Democrat Barack Obama by 73%.[34]

Overall, Asian Americans as a whole tend to vote for Democrats, but this trend has been fairly recent."
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So the asian demo shifted to the left, good to know.
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