Pollster seeks to increase AAPI representation in political research
TYPE:HIT In The News
AUDIENCE:Reproductive Justice, Economy/Inflation, Race and Racism, AAPI, Women
HIT Chief Research Officer and founding partner Roshni Nedungadi was featured in AsAmNews:
“According to Nedungadi, AAPI voters also have very progressive positions on issues like gun control, education and immigration.
‘And so I would just encourage campaigns and candidates to not moderate their positions when they’re reaching out to AAPI voters,’ she said.
HIT Strategies will continue working to disaggregate data on AAPI voters. Nedungadi said she is really looking forward to ‘digging into’ what is driving AAPI voters to the polls in her research this year.”
Read the full article on the AsAmNews website.