Britishness is popular with ethnic minorites

Interesting poll in the Guardian suggests that while British is an increasingly unpopular term, the group that most closely relates to the term are the ethnic minorities in Britain. Alison Walker, the principle researcher:

“…the biggest divergence from the national trend was among people from the ethnic minorities, with 57% of this group asserting their British identity, 37% claiming “other” nationality and the rest choosing English, Scottish, Welsh or Irish.”

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