Which one is more Diverse- The Tri-State Metropolitan Area or The San Francisco Bay Area? (people, NYC)
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^in that sense somewhat... but latino in the bay area doesn't just mean mexican. There's quite a few El Salvadoreans and Nicaraguans in the bay... there's also some Brazilians but not as many. What I doubt there's too much of in NY at all is Pacific Islanders... there's a whole lot of pacific islanders in the bay
I'll try something new... I'll split bay area cities into what races/ethnicites they represent.
San Francisco - all races with an emphasis on caucasians, latinos and asians
Oakland - all races
San Jose - Mostly Latino, Caucasian and Asian
Berkeley - all races
Hayward - all races with a slight emphasis on caucasians and latinos
Fremont - Caucasian & Asian. Has the highest concentration of Afghans in the country
San Mateo - Caucasian, Latino & Asian
Vallejo - all races
Mountain View - Caucasian, Latino & Asian
Redwood City - Caucasian & Latino
Pittsburg - all races
While there is a focus on caucasians, latinos and asians, you see them all across the bay area... it's almost impossible to find a region that's uniformly one culture. The closest to that in the entire bay area would be Marin County
I was going to put the Phillipine Center as a picture but aren't Filipinos considered Asian? Not Pacific Islander.
that depends on the filipino...
some believe they are asian and others call themselves pacific islanders. IMO, and i'm not filipino, they are asians. yes they are from an island in the pacific but so is japan.
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