Frequent question: What is the most common race in Singapore?

The Chinese in Singapore make up Singapore’s largest ethnic group. The Chinese are the largest ethnic group in Singapore, making up almost three-quarters of the country’s population.

Is Singapore ethnically diverse?

Our communities are vibrant and diverse

Today, Singapore’s resident ethnic makeup predominantly comprises the Chinese, Malay, Indian, Eurasian and Peranakan* communities.

What country owns Singapore?

Singapore became part of Malaysia on 16 September 1963 following a merger with Malaya, Sabah, and Sarawak. The merger was thought to benefit the economy by creating a common, free market, and to improve Singapore’s internal security. However, it was an uneasy union.

What’s the religion in Singapore?

The 2010 Census showed that 33.9% of Singaporeans are Buddhist, 18.1% are Christian (with 7.1% being Catholic), 14.3% are Muslim, 11.3% are Taoist, 5.2% are Hindu and 0.7% belong to a different religion. Additionally, 16.4% of all Singaporeans do not affiliate with a religion.

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