From the NY Times:
Asian-American voters overwhelmingly supported Asian-American candidates in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, according to a multilingual exit poll conducted by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund in five City Council districts with large Asian-American populations.
The primary had proved somewhat of a watershed moment in municipal politics, with three Asian-Americans winning City Council primaries and John C. Liu, the first Asian-American councilman, placing first in the race for comptroller. Mr. Liu, who got 38 percent of the vote, will face David Yassky, a Brooklyn councilman, in a runoff on Sept. 29.
The poll, which interviewed 790 Asian-American voters, found that 84 percent of them supported Mr. Liu, though it varied substantially between ethnic groups. Mr. Liu earned the votes of 95 percent of the Chinese-Americans polled, 73 percent of the Korean-Americans polled, and 53 percent of South Asian-Americans polled.
I guess being closed-minded is only bad when Archie does it.