Asian Americans stand out for their strong emphasis on family. They are more likely to be intermarried with other racial groups, their children are more likely to live in households with two married parents and they place a higher priority than the general public on having a successful marriage. As a group, they tend to lean Democrat and they maintain strong social ties with others from the same country of origin. Almost half live in the Western part of the United States. 

Asian Americans stand out for their strong emphasis on family. They are more likely to be intermarried with other racial groups, their children are more likely to live in households with two married parents and they place a higher priority than the general public on having a successful marriage. As a group, they tend to lean Democrat and they maintain strong social ties with others from the same country of origin. Almost half live in the Western part of the United States. 

(Source: pewsocialtrends.com)