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The image of the Asian American “tiger mom” https://www.menshealth.com/sex-women/g22090242/how-to-start-first-tinder-message/ may be overblown, but many Asian Americans believe that parents should place at least some pressure on their children to do well in school. In fact, 61% of Asian Americans say that their parents should have some influence over their choice of spouse (although the proportion of those who say a lot of influence varies by ethnicity).

When it comes to a sense of family obligation, Asians are more likely than the general public to say that they consider their kinship with other members of their extended families very important. Specifically, 36% of Asian Americans report that being close to their siblings is very important and 23% say being close to their extended family is very important.

Like the general public, Asians rank owning a home near the top of their life goals. However, they are less likely to place a high priority on having lots of free time to relax and do things they enjoy. This is particularly true for Korean Americans and Vietnamese Americans, who are more likely than Chinese Americans or Japanese Americans to say having lots of free time is one of the most important things in their lives.