Analysis was performed using Statwing, YC-backed company that offers powerful and intuitive statistical analysis software.
You can roughly imagine that the typical respondent to this survey has these attributes: a heterosexual East Asian college grad between 25 and 34 who was born in the US, with parents who were born in Asia.
Visitors primarily came to the site from Facebook, Twitter, and Direct traffic, and a blog post I wrote on my site The Art of Ass-Kicking.363 participants completed the survey.
Of these we retained 354 responses and excluded 8 respondents who answered “Female” or “I prefer not to answer” for gender.
The presumption is that the person isn’t from “here”.
This finding did not differ between subethnicity or immigration status.
Splitting out different subethnicities didn’t matter either. There was a subtle but statistically significant (p value = 0.024, effect size = 0.145) correlation between age and traditional values.In our survey, respondents were able to check more than one box when it came to indicating their race / ethnicity.We included the standard White, Black/African American, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and broke out “Asian” into three subethnicities of East, Southeast, and South Asian.This question was explicitly worded to indicate that “traditional” Asian values were to be interpreted however they wished, without any specific guidance from the survey.What explains the difference between Asian men who really wanted to uphold these traditional values (4’s and 5’s) and those who didn’t (1’s, 2’s and 3's)?Comparisons to Whites and other Minorities To understand how Asian men are treated, we asked them to respond to the question “Overall, you believe people treat you _____ compared to [White people] [Non-Asian minorities] [Asian women].”Their possible responses were “Better”, “The same”, “Worse”, or “I’m not sure”.