Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States, March 1999

by Karen Humes

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, Publisher: Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor in [Washington, DC

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  • Asian Americans -- Statistics,
  • Pacific Islander Americans -- Statistics

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Statementby Karen Humes and Jesse McKinnon
GenreStatistics
SeriesCurrent population reports. Population characteristics -- P20-529, Current population reports -- no. 529
ContributionsMcKinnon, Jesse, United States. Bureau of the Census
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p. :
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Open LibraryOL13627974M
OCLC/WorldCa45206695

  Asian American and Pacific Islander Students in Higher Education. Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students make up an incredibly diverse segment of the U.S. college population, but AAPI students are often left out of conversations about students of color and are seldom recognized in academic research. OBJECTIVES: To assess the mortality of the adult Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States. METHODS: Cohort study using data from the National Health Interview Survey ( to ) and the National Longitudinal Mortality Study. Washington State's Asian and Pacific Islander (API) population grew % in six years, from , in to more than , in In California, the API population rose from nine percent in to 11 percent in , according to a state report. Li FP, Prawlish K. Cancers in Asian-American and Pacific Islanders: migrant studies. In: Proceedings of the Cancer Concerns for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Conference, June 27–29, , San Francisco, CA. Dublin, Ohio: Asian American and Pacific Islander Health Promotion Inc;

Many stereotypes exist related to the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Two are particularly offensive and damage how people perceive individuals and the AAPI community. One stereotype is that all Asian Americans are of the same background or national heritage. This month is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. A broad term, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of the Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. As author of American History Unbound Gary Y. Okihiro points out in the following excerpt. About 15 percent of all Asian and Pacific Islanders had incomes below the poverty level in DETAILED TABULATIONS A paper version of these tables is available as PPL for $ The previous tabulation package entitled, “The Asian and Pacific Islander Population in the United States: March ” is also available as PPL for $ Approximately 4% of the U.S. population, more than 11 million people, identify themselves as Asian Americans or Pacific Islanders (AA/PIs). The AA/PI population is expected to double in the next 25 years. About 54% of AA/PIs live in western States, especially California and Hawaii. 18% live in the Northeast, 17% in the South, and 11% in the.

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, or AAPIs, are the two fastest-growing populations in the United States, growing by an average of 46 percent and 40 per- cent, respectively, between and , compared with the nationwide average.

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In Marchthe Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States numbered million, constituting 4 per-cent of the total population. Most Asians and Pacific Islanders (53 percent) resided in the Western region of the United States, with 20 percent in the South, 18 percent in the Northeast, and 10 percent in the Midwest.

3 (see. View and download the Asian and Pacific Islander Population in the United States: March tables. This report presents data on the demographic, social, and economic characteristics of the Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States.

The Bureau collected this information in the March supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS). This report presents data on demographic, social, and economic characteristics of Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The U.S.

Census Bureau collected this information in the March supplement to the Current Population Survey. Topics include: geographic distribution (most Asians and Pacific Islanders live in the West in metropolitan areas); age distribution (this population Cited by: Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States examines in comprehensive detail the most rapidly growing and quickly changing minority group in the United States.

Once a small population, this group is now recognized by official census counts and by society as a diverse people, comprised of Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, Hawaiians Cited by: Get this from a library. The Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States: March (update).

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The Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States, March (update): detailed tables and documentation for P [United States. Bureau of the Census. Racial Statistics Branch.;]. Download The Asian and Pacific Islander Population in the United States: March [PDF - Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States, based on the Annual Demographic Supplement to the March Current Population Survey (CPS).

status of the civilian noninstitutional Asian and Pacific Islander population in the United States, based on the March Current Population Survey. These tables provide information such as: • Inthe Asian and Pacific Islander population was estimated at million and represented percent of the total population.

InthePacific Islanders recorded in the United States Census were 5 percent of the total Asian and Pacific Islander population. In the census countedPacific Islanders, constituting 7 percent of the Asian and Pacific Islander population. Trends in Asian or Pacific Islander population health from Health, United States Tables of Summary Health Statistics from the National Health Interview Survey Suicide Rates for Females and Males by Race and Ethnicity: United States, and   The term Asian American and Pacific Islander represents 43 different ethnic groups.

Between and the APIA population in the United States increased from one million to over seven million. Diverse social demographics are related to Asian Americans' psychocultural adjustment and adaptation experiences, such as acculturation and.

By the yearthe Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) population in the United States is expected to more than double, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Recent reports indicate that more AAPI students are experiencing difficulties attaining academic success in colleges and universities than in Reviews: 2.

This novel analysis of contemporary Asian and Pacific Islander immigration to the United States offers the most up-to-date synthesis of findings on global migration today. It presents a series of principles regarding new double-step patterns in population movements at the end of the twentieth century.

Pacific Islanders, or Pasifika, are the peoples of the Pacific is a geographic and ethnic/racial term to describe the inhabitants and diaspora of any of the three major sub-regions of Oceania (Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia).It is not used to describe non-indigenous inhabitants of the Pacific islands (i.e.

citizens of Pacific states who are of Asian and European descent are. This anthology of work by Asian and Pacific Islander (API) prisoners is the first book to highlight the unique stories and perspectives of this growing prisoner population in the s: 2.

Pacific Islanders make up less than 1 percent of the total U.S. population, but all 50 states recorded growth in their Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander. Critical Issues Facing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Demographics. Click image to view larger. Approximately million AAPIs reside in the U.S.

(Approximately % of U.S. population). i; ByAAPIs will make up % of the total United States population -- over 40 million people.

Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States examines in comprehensivedetail the most rapidly growing and quickly changing minority group in the United States. Once a small population, this group is now recognized by official census counts and by society as a diverse people, comprised of Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, Hawaiians.

Sexual abuse in Asian and Pacific-Islander populations: current research and counseling implications / Adriana G. McEachern and Maureen C. Kenny. Summary The term Asian American and Pacific Islander represents 43 different ethnic groups.

Between and the APIA population in the United States increased from one million to over seven million. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This analysis of contemporary Asian and Pacific Islander immigration to the United States offers a synthesis of findings on global migration.

It presents a series of principles regarding new double-step patterns in population movements at the end of the 20th century. sian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) represent one of the fastest growing population groups in the United States.

In MarchAAPIs were % of the U.S. population, up from % in The AAPI popula-tion continues to grow and is predicted to double by Immigration and refugee resettlement are two of the. Asian Americans and Pacific Islands Americans have given fluctuating levels of support to conservative movements and political parties in the United States, particularly the Republican Party.

Many Republican Party members with these origins have obtained posts as elected representatives and political appointments as office holders. TB disease was reported in Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders in the United States, accounting for % of all people reported with TB nationally.

The rate of TB disease in Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders is 20 cases perpopulation, which is 40 times higher than the rate of TB disease in non-Hispanic whites (0. Currently, over 20 million people of Asian or Pacific Islander descent live in the United States, totaling about 6 percent of the U.S.

population. As diverse communities built strong roots in the United States, they retained cultural heritages that stretch across the globe. Asian or Pacific Islander was an option to indicate race and ethnicity in the United States Censuses in the and Census as well as in several Census Bureau studies in between, including Current Population Surveys reports and updates between and The report, The Asian and Pacific Islander Population in the United States: March [PDF], said 51 percent of men and 44 percent of women, age 25 and over in this population had a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared with 32 percent of non-Hispanic white men and.

Pacific Islanders in the United States, comprising percent of the total population. These figures do not include people of multiple race heritage. • Current projections estimate the Asian American and Pacific Islander population to reach 34 million by.

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are among the fastest-growing racial/ethnic groups in the United States. 1, 2 Their numbers are expected to rise from 12 million in to 43 million inwhen they will comprise approximately 10% of the U.S.

population. 2, 3 Geographically, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are concentrated in the West and Northeast.

InInouye was sworn in as President Pro Tempore making him the highest-ranking Asian American politician in American history. Current. There are presently 14 Asian Pacific Americans in the House and 3 in the Senate, in the th United States Congress.

The following marks the total number of Asian Americans in the U.S. Congress since 36 representatives and 9 senators.ORANGE COUNTY, CA – Already home to the third-largest Asian American population in the United States, Orange County’s Asian American and Pacific Islander populations are its fastest growing according to a new report released today by Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Orange County and the Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA).