What blood type do most Irish have?

What blood type do most Irish have?

group O Positive
Irish Blood Group Type Frequency Distribution Blood group O Positive is the most common group in Ireland while AB negative is the least common.

What are the percentages of blood types?

What is the most common blood type?

Blood Group / RH Status Percentage
O Negative (O -) 7 %
A Positive (A +) 34 %
A Negative (A -) 6 %
B Positive (B +) 9 %

Which blood type has the highest percentage?

O+ is the most frequently occurring blood type and is found in 37 percent of the population. O- is found in six percent of the population. This blood is the second most frequently occurring blood type. Thirty-four of every 100 people have A+.

What is the rarest blood type percentages?

What are the rarest blood types?

  • O positive: 35%
  • O negative: 13%
  • A positive: 30%
  • A negative: 8%
  • B positive: 8%
  • B negative: 2%
  • AB positive: 2%
  • AB negative: 1%

What is the most common blood type in China?

In most areas of China, the distribution characteristics of ABO blood groups were O > A > B > AB. Similar results were seen in the studies conducted in South-West Nigeria. However, in other regions, such as Pakistan, B blood groups was the most common, while in Istanbul, the A blood groups was the most common.

What blood type are most Caucasian?

O-negative blood
O-negative blood type is most common in the U.S. among Caucasian adults, at around eight percent of the Caucasian population, while only around one percent of the Asian population has O-negative blood type.

What is the most common blood type in Sweden?

Here, we present data on blood type distribution from a Swedish critical care cohort (n = 64) compared to the blood type distribution in the population as a whole: A 43%, AB 4%, B 9%, and O 44% giving a dichotomized distribution of A/AB 47% to B/O 53% [5].

What is the most common religion in Ireland?

Christianity is the largest religion in the Republic of Ireland based on baptisms. Irish Christianity is dominated by the Catholic Church, and Christianity as a whole accounts for 82.3% of the Irish population. Most churches are organized on an all-Ireland basis which includes both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

What race has B+ blood?

The Di(a+b+) is found in 10% of Asians. In the United States, the Di(a) antigen has not been found in Caucasian/White or Black/African-American blood donors. The Di(a) antigen is more commonly found in Oriental people of Mongolian descent, being more common in the Japanese [12%] and people from a Chinese descent [5%].

Can Rh negative people recognize each other?

According to private feedback from many of you, rhesus negative people can easily detect rhesus negative people. So here is something that you can do to see if you are one of the rhesus negatives who can detect other rhesus negatives: There are currently 60 of our members displayed at www.datebytype.com. All of them have their blood types listed. Because of the higher frequency of rh negatives on our site, there are probably half if not more rhesus negative members amongst them.

Where is Rh negative blood most frequent?

Scotland is one of the locations where there is a strong variation of blood type frequencies based on location. Between 20 and a little bit over 30 percent of rh negatives can be expected in most of the extreme northern and western regions.

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