Immigration Status71% of respondents were born in the United States with parents being born in Asia.
The remaining percentage were almost all born in Asia but immigrated under the age of 13, so still people who spent their formative years in America.
I put together a 28-question survey using Google Forms and put out a call for Asian men living in America to take the survey.
The form was live on from November 22nd to December 7th 2015.
The presumption is that the person isn’t from “here”.
This finding did not differ between subethnicity or immigration status.
One of the most common race-related experiences that nearly all Asian Americans share is being asked the question “Where are you from?