South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow (SAALT) has released an impressive report [pdf] on the "trends, patterns and attitudes"of South Asian voters in the 2004 election.
The report draws four fairly interesting conclusions from its analysis of extensive exit poll data that SAALT assembled. Perhaps even more interesting is the debate that is taking place on a very worthy blog called Sepia Mutiny. The debate, taking place apparently between a few South Asians and some who volunteered with SAALT in gathering the exit poll information, is calling into question the analysis of one particular conclusion: that "civil liberties” [w]as the civil/immigrant rights issue most important" to those polled.
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