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- About 100 days left for presidential elections in America, parties engaged in campaigning
- 1.3 million Indian-American voters in 8 states of America able to turn around
The Indian community can make a major reshuffle in the presidential elections to be held on November 3. It has become necessary for both parties (Democrats and Republicans) to woo this community. There are about 100 days left for elections in America. This time Donald Trump of the Republican Party faces Democrat Joe Biden.
77% were in favor of Democratic in 2016
America’s top Democratic leader Thomas Perez told a virtual event that 77% of Indian-Americans were in favor of the Democratic Party in the 2016 election. At present, the influence of the Democratic Party has diminished in this community. A recent survey revealed that Biden did not have as much influence as Hillary had in the Indian-American community. However, the party is trying its best to impress the Indian people.
If you take the Indian-American community together, it can turn around
Thomas Perez said that the vote of the Indian-community is game changing in many states. He referred to the Democrats’ defeats in the 2016 elections in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Perez said – If the Indian-American voters are completely in their favor at these places, then the bet can be reversed.
1.3 million Indian-American voters in eight US states
Shekhar Narasimha, chairman of AAPI (Asian-American and Pacific Islander) in the US, said there are 1.3 million Indian-American voters in eight states of the US. These states are Arizona (66000), Florida (193,000), Georgia (150,000), Michigan (125,000), North Carolina (111,000), Pennsylvania (156,000), Texas (475,000) and Wisconsin (37,000). This information has been taken from Data Guru Karthik Ramakrishnan’s new research.
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