The groundbreaking multilingual poll surveyed 1,002 Asian-American voters on their views about environmental issues and compared results to a poll of 564 voters. Interviews were conducted with Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese and Asian Indian voters.
Among Asian Americans, 83 percent describe themselves as “environmentalists,” compared to just 52 percent of all voters, according to a first-ever poll on the environmental attitudes of Asian-American voters.
“Asian Americans should be paid attention to,” said James Lau, executive director of the League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, which commissioned the poll. “They are supportive of a lot of environmental issues, especially
"His methods may have been a little extreme, but his ideas were sound"
At least he is close to Gai now. (weeping......)
Comrade Whoopie(sniffle)...he's shovel ready.
Comrade WhoopieTPC, that's racist. Let's just say they have a narrow view of things.
I see you have mistakenly interpreted my intentions and have forced me to convene a Beer Summit.