The Asian population in the U.S. grew 81% from 2000 to 2019, from roughly 10.5 million to a record 18.9 million people.
Majorities of Americans see at least some discrimination against Black, Hispanic and Asian people in the U.S.
Americans are much less likely to say there is discrimination against White people: 40% say White people face at least some discrimination.
Long-term unemployment has risen sharply in U.S. amid the pandemic, especially among Asian Americans
About four-in-ten unemployed workers had been out of work for more than six months in February 2021, about double the share in February 2020.
The number of Black registered voters in Georgia increased the most among all major racial and ethnic groups between 2016 and 2020.
The rise of internet polling makes it more feasible to publish estimates for Asian Americans. But these estimates offer a limited view.
The gender gap in party identification remains the widest in a quarter century.
More than 11 million Asian Americans will be able to vote this year, making up nearly 5% of the eligible voters in the United States.
More than four-in-ten U.S. businesses with paid employees are in industries likely to be financially affected more deeply by the outbreak.
Many Americans say the country hasn’t gone far enough in giving black people equal rights with whites. Most believe slavery continues to impact black people’s status.
Income inequality nearly doubled among Asians in the U.S. from 1970 to 2016. Sizable income gaps persist across racial and ethnic groups, a new study finds.