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NAM Polls

NAM launched its multilingual polling initiative in 2002 to guage the views of non-English speaking and ethnic minority populations normally excluded from mainstream public opinion surveys. More

For more information, contact Sandip Roy at sroy [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Budget gap

Minority Groups More Open to Taxation to Fix California Budget Gap

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Mar 02, 2010

Most Californians want to fix the budget hole with spending cuts but minority communities are more ready to add taxation to the solution, says a new multilingual poll of state voters.

California economy poll

Field Poll: Californians Flunk State of the Union and State

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Jan 29, 2010

President Obama might have tried to instill some hope and optimism with his State of the Union but a new poll of California voters finds they think the country and the state is off track.

NAM Haiti Poll

NAM Poll: Haitian Quake Leaves Diaspora Grieving

New America Media, News report, Andrew Lam, Jan 28, 2010

Haitians living in the United States are deeply impacted by the devastating earthquake that hit their island homeland earlier this month, according to a poll sponsored by New America Media.

Poll of the Haitian Diaspora on the Earthquake

Executive Poll Summary, New America Media, Bendixen & Amandi , Jan 28, 2010

New America Media and Bendixen & Amandi poll Haitian Americans on their reaction to the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Price, Haiti.

California economy poll

The Field Poll: California's Diversity a Mixed Blessing

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Jan 28, 2010

The Field Poll queried California voters about what they felt about the state's growing diversity. Most saw advantages but many also understood it meant growing friction and adjustment pains.

How Californians Feel About President Obama

New America Now, Audio, Jan 27, 2010

The Field Poll taken in 6 languages uncovers how Californians feel about the Obama presidency.

California economy poll

Field Poll: Tea Party Off the Radar of Ethnic Californian Voters

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Jan 26, 2010

A new survey finds that in California, the Tea Party has little resonance with minority voters. Most are not even aware of it.

California economy poll

Field Poll: Ethnic Voters May Save CA Democrats

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Jan 22, 2010

If Republicans want to build on Scott Brown's victory in Massachusetts in historically blue California this fall, it will have to overcome the state GOP's inability to win over ethnic voters--or at least hope those voters stay home.

California economy poll

Field Poll: Californians Increasingly Disappointed with the President

New America Media, News report, Sandip Roy, Jan 20, 2010

According to a new multilingual voter survey by The Field Poll, one year into the Obama presidency, voters in the nations biggest minority-majority state are looking at their first minority president with increasing disappointment.

California economy poll

Multilingual Poll Finds Californians United in Financial Misery

New America Media, News report, Annette Fuentes, Jan 19, 2010

California residents are united across racial and ethnic lines in viewing the states economic landscape as bleak and their own financial situation as worse than the previous year, according to a new multilingual voter survey by The Field Poll.

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