229 people responded to an OBG survey that asked "Who are your friends?" and the results might (or might not) surprise you: 55.9% answered that their friends come from a wide variety of cultural and/or ethnic backgrounds; 39.74% say their friends are mostly from the same cultural and/or ethnic background; and 4.37% say their friends are all from the same cultural and/or ethnic background. How about this one? Should a person that is biracial (whether Chinese/Indian, African/Japanese, etc.) pick just one cultural group to identify with? 212 people responded to this OBG survey question with 3.3% responding Yes, the decision is dictated by society and choosing one cultural group makes life easier; 91.51% answered No, the decision should be personal and not dictated by society; and 5.19% thought the question was too tough to answer. Are you surprised at all by the survey results? What are your thoughts?