Many Vietnamese-Americans Face Difficult Choice at Polls

October 13, 2016 01:06 PM
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Vietnamese-Americans represent the sixth-largest immigrant group in the United States. Many of them are politically active, but in recent years, there has been a generational divide when it comes to political views. This year, however, many Vietnamese voters agree they're having a tough time picking which presidential candidate they prefer. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports from Orange County, California, home to one of the largest Vietnamese communities in the U.S.