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On Police Treatment, Asian-Americans Show Ethnic, Generational Splits

Younger Asian-Americans are more likely to cite unequal treatment by police than older generations, according to a survey of Asian-American voters who are also split on the issue along ethnic lines.

Last November, exit pollsters asked almost 14,000 Asian-American voters for the first time, "Do you think that police departments treat racial and ethnic groups equally?"

It was one of four questions the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund was tracking among

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