- Indiaspora and AAPI data have released a survey and shared report
- It states that 66% of Indians are with American Biden while 28% are with Trump.
- In many states, Indian American voters are in a position to turn the dice on either side.
The campaign for the US presidential election is at its peak. Meanwhile, there is a competition between Republican candidate Donald Trump of the party and Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden to woo Indian American voters. Now, according to a research report, two (two-thirds) Indians out of every three living in the US are willing to vote for Biden.
Indian American in decisive position
This voter survey has also revealed how Indian Americans are capable of turning the end result in this year’s US presidential election. In a joint report released with AAPI data, the survey agency Indiaspora stated that 66% of Indians are supportive of American Biden while 28% are supporting Trump.
This report also states that Florida (87,000 Indian American voters), Pennsylvania (61,000), Georgia (57,000), Michigan (45,000) and North Carolina (36,000) as well as perhaps Texas (1,60,000). States include where the Indian-American pan can tilt toward someone. Trump won by 10,000 votes in Michigan, while the strongly contested states won by just two votes on a region-by-region basis.
The role of Indian Americans will increase in this election
Dr. Karthik Ramakrishnan, Founder of AAPI Data and Professor of Public Policy and Political Sciences at UC Riverside, said, ‘Kamala Harris’ historic nomination for the post of Vice President on the one hand and President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the other hand because of the very popular joint rally A large number of Indian American voters will vote in this time’s election. Because of this, they will have a big role in the election result.
There are about 4.5 million Indian Americans in the US right now. Of these, 18 lakh Indian Americans have the right to vote there. The survey shows that Indian Americans are increasingly interested in and awareness of American politics. Since their numbers are good in states where there are thorns in presidential elections, the importance of Indian Americans among American minority groups is increasing.
His increasing questioning in the US election can be gauged from the fact that 56% of Indian Americans surveyed said that the Democratic Party contacted him in this time election, while 48% said that the Republican Party wooed him tried. It is worth noting that only 31% of Indian Americans said that they were approached by political parties in the 2016 US presidential election, this percentage of whites and blacks was 44 and 42 respectively.
Who is ahead in wooing Indian Americans?
However, in 2016, 28% of Indian Americans are estimated to be in favor of Trump, compared to 16% in 2016. In the last election, 46% of Indian American voters declared themselves Democrats, 35% Independents or others, 19% Republicans. In this survey, 54% of Indian Americans described themselves as Democrats, 16% as Republicans, and 24% as independents or independent voters.