Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Santiago accepting of differences?
When we asked people about diversity in Santiago and whether locals are accepting of differences, they said...
"Santiago has become a very diverse city over the past three years. Religion, which ran 95% of the country, has dwindled as it has around the rest of the world. Diverse cultures, due to immigration principally from Haiti, Columbia and Venezuela has changed Chile's look on life forever. Different sexual belief have also become much more flexible. Homosexuality is accepted openly," said another expat in Santiago, Chile.
"Of course- mostly catholic- few minorities for me to comment on that- wide spred economic groups. BUT again- MONEY is not a real issue. The world centers on friends and family," wrote a member who made the move to Santiago, Chile.
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Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Santiago accepting of differences?If you live in Santiago, newcomers to Santiago would love to hear your answer to this question.