An overwhelming majority of Asian voters came out for President Obama in 2012. They voted for him in higher numbers than most demographics, even ones we think of as traditionally Democrat like women and Latinos.
But nearly half of Asian-American voters aren’t officially affiliated with any party. Their votes are essentially up for grabs.
And a recent Pew study shows that Asians are expected to surpass Latinos as the largest immigrant group in the U.S.
So why is hardly anyone talking about them?