Dating behavior in a hispanic community
There was no statistical difference in these findings based on age, immigration status (born in US vs Asia) or subethnicity.
Respondents were more mixed when asked whether they personally felt it was important to uphold “traditional” Asian values in their own life.
I put together a 28-question survey using Google Forms and put out a call for Asian men living in America to take the survey.
What explains the difference between Asian men who really wanted to uphold these traditional values (4’s and 5’s) and those who didn’t (1’s, 2’s and 3's)?
In late fall of 2015, I ran a survey of 354 Asian men living in the United States on their experiences at work, in dating, and in day to day life.
As an Asian man born in China but raised in the US, I feel there’s been a dearth of understanding of the Asian male’s experience.
Immigration Status71% of respondents were born in the United States with parents being born in Asia.
The remaining percentage were almost all born in Asia but immigrated under the age of 13, so still people who spent their formative years in America.