UC Berkeley researchers study nonpartisan Vietnamese Americans’ beliefs

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Photo by DHN under CC-BY-SA-3.0-US Many different beliefs of nonpartisan Vietnamese residents of Orange County were analyzed in a study by UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute and VietRISE.

A study done by the Othering and Belonging Institute, or OBI, and VietRISE revealed prevailing beliefs among nonpartisan Vietnamese residents in Orange County on topics related to generational cohesion, economic inequality and the role of the United States government.
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