Access selected statistics about your congressional district collected through the american community survey (acs) and county business patterns (cbp) software download extraction tools to help you get the in-depth data you need. In the 2000 us census, the federal government defines “asian american” to include persons having origins in any of the original peoples of the far east, southeast asia, or the indian subcontinent.
The asian american and pacific islander (aapi) community is the fastest growing racial group in the country, growing over four times as rapidly as the total us populationthe aapi population will more than double to over 51 million by 2060. Survey of income and program participation all surveys & programs newsroom latest information asian-american and pacific islander heritage month: may 2018 you may be interested in information collected in the decennial census of population and housing on individuals does not become available to the public until after 72 years.
American vote, and national asian american survey, “behind the numbers: post-election survey of asian american and pacific islander voters in 2012” (2013).
Growing presence, asian americans’ voting participation is relatively low, likely particularly for asian american men and pacific islander women31 between 2010 and 2013, the asian state of asian americans and pacific islanders series: introduction and summary. Asian and pacific islander population in the united states topics asian-american and pacific islander heritage month: may 2018 you may be interested in information collected in the decennial census of population and housing on individuals does not become available to the public until after 72 years.
Household income among the asian-pacific american community varies widely on average, those who identify as asian american take in $67,022 yearly but the census bureau found that income rates depend on the asian group in question while indian americans have a household income of $90,711, bangladeshis bring in significantly less—$48,471 yearly. Native hawaiian and pacific islander 88% 58% 85% 49% source: authors’ analysis of bureau of the census, current population survey november 2012: voting and registration supplement file (us department of commerce, 2012. State experiences significant asian american and pacific islander growth in past decade los angeles, ca – the asian american and pacific islander (aapi) population in california grew significantly during the past decade, according to a preliminary analysis of newly released census 2010 data.