Indian American Attitudes Survey – 10 things to know

While there is much that binds the Indian American community, there are also signs that these bonds are being tested due to religious cleavages, generational divides, and political polarization, says the Indian American Attitudes Survey.

Indian American Attitudes Survey – 10 things to know

The professional, educational, and financial success that many Indian Americans enjoy, has not inoculated them from the forces of discrimination, polarization, and contestation over questions of belonging and identity.

The recently-released The Indian American Attitudes Survey (IAAS), done jointly by Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania, and Carnegie with polling group YouGov, touched upon the everyday social realities that Indian Americans experience.