The Asian American community is growing at a much faster rate compared to any other racial or ethnic group. As a result, we expect this community to be the largest minority population by 2065.
Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial group in the U.S. electorate.
Asian Americans are one of the fastest-growing ethnic groups of eligible voters. According to the 2020 Asian American Voter Survey, around 1,569 Asian Americans voted. Results from the survey show enthusiasm about the upcoming Presidential election among Asian American registered voters. An Asian electorate is a distinct group, with voters tracing their roots to Southeast and East Asia and the Indian sub-continent. Asian Americans show an incredible diversity in the geographic region, origin, religion, and language proficiency.
From 2000 to 2020, Asian American voters doubled, increasing by 139%. Among the eligible voters, Asian Americans have the top level of educational attainment of any ethnic group. In addition, U.S. Asians eligible for voting has an annual median household income of $105,000, the highest of any ethnic or racial group.
According to the reports, which supported information from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Asian American electorate will increase to 12.2 million in 2040, i.e., a 107% rise. Because of the increasing numbers, the Asian American population will play an important role in presidential elections and close political decisions.