According to the American Community Survey (ACS) 2006-2008 Asians are approximated to be 4.4% of the America’s total population US Census Bureau, 2009). Asians also constitute the largest percent of foreign born population at 26.9% this makes Asians the second largest immigrant group in the United States (US Census Bureau 2009). One interesting thing about this group that calls for their study is that they are economically well off than standard Americans.
Asian immigration into the US has led to economic, political, and cultural implications in the suburbs. For example, many immigrants earn little and lack the spending power. Asian suburban communities in the US have reciprocated in different ways to the presence of the Asian immigrants to the extent of hostile exclusion.
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