Asian American voters are the fastest growing group of eligible voters in the nation, according to the Pew Research Center, and the number more than doubled from 3.3 million to 6.6 million from 2000 to 2018.
Trump did not win the Chinese American vote in 2016, he continued, and said it looks like Trump is losing support this time around within that demographic.
“So you have a group of Chinese Americans, mostly Chinese immigrants, who left China and are critical of the Chinese government and what it’s doing.
Other issues like affirmative action seemed like they might have attracted some Chinese American voters to the Republican Party, but, again, I think it’s important for viewers to know that this is a minority of the population within the Chinese American population.
“That said, we’ve seen some movement among Indian Americans in the last four years, especially among Indian American men and those who are first-generation immigrants, so these are naturalized citizens.