More than a third of British Asians do not feel British, a BBC poll suggests.
The research among the under-34s for the Asian Network found 38% of the UK residents of South Asian origin felt only slightly or not at all British.
More than a third agreed to get on in the UK they needed to be a "coconut", a term for somebody who is "brown on the outside but white on the inside".
ICM Research interviewed 500 Asian people aged 16-34 and 235 white people aged 18-34 between 4 and 12 July.
Of those polled 84% were satisfied with life in Britain and almost half thought they have more opportunities here.
All of the British Asians polled were of South Asian origin.
Half of them, and nearly two-thirds of the white people interviewed, agreed it was too easy for immigrants to settle in Britain. [Link]
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