Why are there so little Japanese people in Michigan ?
- FoofaLv 71 year ago
Immigrant communities tend to settle in places where they can easily go back and forth to their homelands. This is why you find more European, Haitian and Jamaican immigrants on the east coast and more Japanese, Korean and Filipino immigrants on the west coast. As for Michigan...you're local to Canada so I bet you see a lot of those (note that I'm talking about regular immigrants not resettled refugees).
- ConnorLv 41 year ago
I think it’s because they like to settle in places which has a higher percentage of Japanese immigrants - same goes for any nationality
- RICKLv 71 year ago
You must be looking in the wrong areas
- PearlLv 71 year ago
there might be more of them but you just havent seen them
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- OwlTradingLv 71 year ago
why are there so few mid-westerners in Sapporo?
- NancyLv 71 year ago
You clearly haven't been to WMU's campus.
By the way, it's "few," not "little."
- RichardLv 71 year ago
They let the Arabs take their place.