Also, I didnt see Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo. All three are African (specifically, Nigerian) ethnicities with more than 30 milllion people each.
What the source(s) of this quiz?
also sindhi did not work. it's already plural. why the s?
Given that they were one of the ethnicities that the Nazi's sought to exterminate it is especially important to point out that the extermination was not successful.
Because even though they share a common language (sort of), there is a serious case to be made that they are at least as much apart as a people than the Swedes and Norwegians, for example...
A bit nitpickerish, I know ;)
The other 10 are: Miao (Hmong), Yi, Tujia, Dong, Bouyei, Yao, Bai, Hani, Li, Dai.
Also, Turks originate from Central Asia, and Afrikaners from Europe, but the reason they are listed under Middle East/North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa respectively is because that is where the majority of their populations can be found today.
Please made this quiz eligible for points.
Thanks if you do so...
That's also true of all ethnicities, but in this case the change happened comparatively recently.
All three live along the Ethiopia-Eritrean border. Extremely confusing
From the same source, I found that the population of Biharis exceeds 250 million! Moreover, the Odia (or Oriya) are missing. They have a population of more than 40 million. I'd also suggest checking the populations of the Rajasthani, Kashmiri, and Nepali peoples.
I tried so many combination of 'Odia' before I moved on haha, the fact the spelling recently changed still confuses me!
Why are Lithuanians and Latvians grouped together as "Baltic", when they are no more similar to each other than Czechs and Slovaks or Spanish and Portuguese and Galicians? Why are Galicians counted as a separate ethnicity but not Occitans, for example?
40.9% iberian (portuguese), 15.2% greek/south italian, 12.8% sardinian, 11.6% scandinavian, 8.7% irish/welsh/scotish, 4% north african, 3% nigerian, 1.7% Mesoamerican/Andean 1.2% balkanian and 0.9% native american.
With that said, though I see myself as a white Brazilian with over 90% european genetic ancestry, and though I also hold a portuguese citizenship in addition to my original nationality based on said ancestry, I most certainly ain't culturally portuguese since I was raised in Brazil. Anyway, kudos for making a nice quiz from such a difficult subject!
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