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15.5 million estimated number of U.S. Residents in July 2008 who said they were Asians alone in combination with one or more other races. 2.7% percentage growth of the Asian 3.62 million number of Asians 2008
70,069 Median household income for the single race Asians in 2008 11.8% Poverty rate for single race Asians in 2008 up from 10.2 percent in 2007 17.6% Percentage of single race Asians without health insurance coverage in 2008, not statically different from 2007
50% percentage of single race Asians 25 or older who had a bachelor’s degree or higher level of education. This compared with 28 percent of all Americans 25 and older.
85% percentage of single race Asians 25 and older who had at least a high school diploma. This compared with 85 percent for all Americans 25 and older. 20% percentage of single race Asians 25 or older who had a graduate ( master or doctorate) or profession degree.
(there are more than three statistic options that can be used here) 1.1 million, number of businesses owned by Asian Americans in 2002, u to 24 percent from 1997, The rate of increase in the number of Asians owned businesses was about twice that of the national average for all businesses
326 billion, receipts of Asian American owned businesses in 2002 up 8 percent 1997. An estimate 319,468 Asian owned business had paid employees and their receipts totaled more than 291 billion, There were 49,636 Asian owned firms with receipts of 1 million or more. 47% percent of all Asian owned firms that where either Chinese owned or Asian Indian owned.
40.6 million projected number of U.S resident in 2050 who will identify themselves as Asian or Asian in combination with one or more races. 162% projected percentage increased between 2008 and 2050 in the population of people who identify themselves as Asians
Miscellaneous: Voting, Age, Language 2.5 billion number of people...