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Old Posted Oct 10, 2019, 8:39 PM
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How significant is the population who are not single-response Asian (more than one Asian ancestry) in most cities, and do some places have more than others (say, those where a "pan-Asian American" identity has developed)? I'd imagine on the mainland US there'd be more single-ancestry responses but places like Hawaii had long enough generations of Asian immigration that many are mixed between Asian groups (kind of like how many white Americans are part Irish, part German, Italian etc.).

How big is the share of people who are "Asian" but more than one type of "Asian" vs. "mixed Asian and a non-Asian group" relative to single origin responses?
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