Asian Americans are the fastest-growing segment of eligible voters out of the major racial and ethnic groups in the United States.
Meanwhile, only in Hawaii do Asian Americans account for a larger share of eligible voters than any racial or ethnic group.
The vast majority (91%) of Japanese American eligible voters say they speak English at least “very well.” Among Burmese American eligible voters, by contrast, only about half (49%) say the same.
Among eligible voters, Asian Americans have the highest levels of educational attainment of any major racial and ethnic group.
U.S. Asian eligible voters have an annual median household income of $105,000, the highest of any racial or ethnic group.