Increasing number of Asian Americans say they have no religion: study
The Pew Research Center has released data indicating a decline in religious affiliation among Asian Americans.
Religiously unaffiliated: In...
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1 in 5 Asian Americans hide cultural heritage to avoid embarrassment, survey finds
he respondents attributed concealing heritage to a variety of factors, with embarrassment and fear of being misunderstood cited as common ex...
Asian American workers most likely to be replaced by AI, study reveals
Asian workers face the highest risk of displacement at 24% compared to their white, Black and Hispanic counterparts.
Most Asian Americans view China negatively, survey reveals
More than half of Asian Americans have an unfavorable view of China, according to a new Pew Research Center survey on how Asian Americans se...
Study: Most Asian Americans agree with affirmative action, but not for college admissions
Only one in five Asian adults believe race and ethnicity should be a factor in college admissions decisions, according to a new study from t...
More than 1 in 10 US restaurants serve Asian food, new study finds
Some 12% of restaurants in the U.S. serve Asian food, and most of them are Chinese, Japanese or Thai, according to a new analysis from the P...
‘Largest nationally representative’ survey from Pew explores Asians’ views on identity in the US
Pew Research Center surveyed thousands of Asian adults in the United States to explore their views on several topics, such as identity and h...
Asian Americans least likely to feel satisfied with their salary, new survey shows
Most Asian Americans do not feel satisfied with their salary, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
Pew Research Center’s American ...