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CLINTON HOLDS 41-POINT LEAD OVER TRUMP AMONG ASIAN-AMERICAN VOTERS: SURVEY

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is welcomed by Asian American and Pacific Islander supporters in San Gabriel, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. Damian Dovarganes / AP

Charles Lamb | NBC News

"Hillary Clinton holds a 41-point lead over Donald Trump among Asian-American registered voters headed into November's presidential election, according to a survey released Wednesday.

"The Fall 2016 National Asian American Survey, taken between Aug. 10 and Sept. 29 in 11 different languages, found that 55 percent of registered voters intended to vote for Clinton compared to 14 percent for Trump. Eight percent intended to vote for a different candidate, and 16 percent had not yet decided, according to the survey. Seven percent of registered voters declined to give an answer."

Go to NBC News to read the complete article and learn more about Janelle Wong and her research team's work.

Image: Damian Dovarganes / AP via NBC News

Date of Publication: 
10/5/16