Molly Ball has a must-read about the Asian-American vote today, and notes that this growing bloc gets much less attention than Hispanics, but might be even more heavily Democratic.
To wit: Barack Obama's fav rating with the group is +53%, while Mitt Romney's is -17%. That's a massive 70% gap.
And when it comes to voter preference, the POTUS also holds a big lead, 59%-13%.
In swing states such as Nevada, Florida, and Virginia, the Asian-American vote could prove decisive. The poll oversampled voters in those states and found a closer race than nationally: In Nevada, it was Obama 54, Romney 29; in Florida, it was 57-29; and in Virginia, 57-20.