Immigrants feel at home’

Editorial Staff
June 3, 2010

According to a recent survey conducted by the Gdf Institute, approximately 7 out of 10 immigrants living in Italy say they feel ‘at home' here and about 80 percent are ‘satisfied' with the cities they live in. Involving over 2,000 immigrants, the survey revealed that non-Italians most value sense of security (47.4 percent) and cultural growth (36.4 percent). In addition, about 89 percent eat pasta regularly and 90 percent say they read the newspaper.

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