Filipino Culture

References

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The Philippines
  • Population
    100,096,496
    1.38% of World Population
  • Languages
    Tagalog
    Filipino (official)
    English (official)
    Bisaya
    Ilokano
    Zamboangueño Chavacano
  • Religions
    Catholic Christianity (82.9%)
    Islam (5%)
    Evangelical Christianity (2.8%)
    Other (9.2%)
    No Religion (0.1%)
  • Ethnicities
    Tagalog (28.1%))
    Cebuano (13.1%)
    Ilocano (9%)
    Bisaya/Binisaya (7.6%)
    Other (42.2%)
  • Cultural Dimensions
    Power Distance 94
    Individualism 32
    Masculinity 64
    Uncertainty Avoidance 44
    Long Term Orientation 27
    Indulgence 42
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  • Australians with Filipino Ancestry
    224,725
Filipinos in Australia
  • Population
    171,233
  • Average Age
    39
  • Gender
    Female (62.3%)
    Male (37.7%)
  • Religion
    Catholic Christianity (78.6%)
    Christianity [nfd] (3.5%)
    Pentecostal Christianity (2.7%)
    Baptist Christianity (2.6%)
    Other (12.5%)
  • Ancestry
    Filipino (83.1%)
    Spanish (4.7%)
    Chinese (3.3%)
    Other (7.0%)
  • Languages
    Tagalog (42.9%)
    Filipino (29.5%)
    English (22.6%)
    Bisaya (1.2%)
    Other (3.8%)
  • English Proficiency
    Well (95.5%)
    Not Well (3.1%)
  • Diaspora
    New South Wales (41.1%)
    Victoria (22.2%)
    Queensland (17.2%)
    Western Australia (10.1%)
  • Arrival in Australia
    Prior to 2001 (54%)
    2001-2006 (15.7%)
    2007-2011 (26.8%)
Where do we get our statistics?
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