Korean American Voter Survey Project

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The Korean Resource Center was founded in 1983 to empower the Korean American community through social services, education, culture, advocacy, and grassroots organizing. KRC provides health, financial empowerment, and naturalization services to under-served immigrant communities, reaching more than 11,000 Korean Americans a year in Southern California, including Orange County residents.

The University of Southern California's Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration (CSII) has as its mission to remake the narrative for understanding, and the dialogue for shaping, immigrant integration in America. Our intent is to identify and evaluate the mutual benefits of immigrant integration for the native-born and immigrants and to study the pace of the ongoing transformation in different locations, not only in the past and present but projected into the future.

Karthick Ramkrishnan, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside: Karthick Ramakrishnan is associate professor of political science at the University of California, Riverside. His research focuses on civic participation, immigration policy, and the politics of race, ethnicity, and immigration in the United States. Ramakrishnan is one of the principal investigators for the 2008 National Asian American Survey, the first of its kind conducted at the national level.

Greetings from Korean Resource Center in Los Angeles. As you may know, immigration is a topic that sometimes polarizes our communities. Greater Los Angeles area, including Orange County, is home to a large population of Korean community, yet not many studies have been done about Orange County Korean American community.

In order to better understand the Korean American Community in Orange County, Korean Resource Center, in partnership with University of Southern California, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, Korea Daily and University of California, Riverside, is conducting a survey to find out Orange County Korean American’s attitude towards immigration and related issues.

I am inviting you and your family members to participate in this survey by completing a survey. Below please find a link to the online version of the survey. Please be assured that any personal information that you share with us will be confidential and will not be used for any commercial purposes.

Your participation is greatly appreciated and will contribute immensely in greater understanding of the Orange County Korean American Community. If you have any questions or need more information, please don’t hesitate to contact Yongho Kim at (323) 937-3718 or via email at yongho@krcla.org. Thank you for your time and consideration.


Dae Yoon, Executive Director

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