June 19 (Bloomberg) -- Asian-Americans have surpassed Hispanics as the fastest-growing group of new immigrants to the U.S. and may provide a boost to Democratic Party hopes in this year's elections, a survey shows.Among immigrants to the U.S. in 2010, 36 percent were Asian and 31 percent Hispanic, according to the report by the Pew Research Center in Washington. In 2008, 42 percent of immigrants were Hispanic and 33 percent Asian.Half of Asian-Americans say they're Democrats or lean Democratic, compared with 28 percent who identify with or lean toward Republicans, the report released today shows. Among the general public, Democrats have a 49 percent to 39 percent lead over Republicans.
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