The Asian American Man Study is an annual survey of the experiences and beliefs of American men of East, Southeast, and South Asian descent. Our findings have been covered in The Atlantic, NBC's Asian America, Quartz, and Pinterest and been read by over 92,000 people on Medium.
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We seek to capture an honest and holistic view into the lives of American men of Asian descent, exploring their experiences in media, race & society, dating, work, politics, religion, and more. We share these results to inform the public and ourselves about who we are and to contribute to the national conversation about race, gender, and social justice.
Key Findings from 2016