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Sacramento, Oakland, & Stockton more diverse than NYC?
I was wondering if someone could explain this to me. I was under the impression that NYC had people from everywhere in the world.
How can someplace be more diverse than that?
- oldprofLv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
Agree. But you should cite some demographic sources for NYC to make your point.
I think Oakland, where I live, is way more diverse. Here's why:
"Oakland racial demographics
According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of Oakland was: White: 36.66% Black or African American: 24.31% Asian: 15.89% Other race: 14.65% Two or more races: 7.01% Native American: 0.87% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.60%" [worldpopulationreview.com/us-cities/oakland-population/ ]
Now prove me otherwise with your own numbers.
- RichardLv 69 months ago
"Diversity" is just a code word for large amounts of darkies.
- Saut de ChatLv 79 months ago
Oakland and NYC are certainly very ethnically diverse. Sacramento not so much. But Oakland is rapidly losing people of color due to high housing costs.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 79 months ago
total and complete nonsense.....NYC is called the Great Melting Pot for a reason. There is every country in the world represented in NYC.
In fact, the UN is there. There is every nationality that can be found on earth in NYC.
I don't know how the hell you can get more diverse than that.
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- DavonteLv 59 months ago
Oakland, has more black people than Sacramento, and stockton
- MamiankaLv 79 months ago
Last time I checked (retired NYS teacher) the school calendar for NYC was available online in something like 36 languages.