Question: What kind of people are there in Brazil?

The Brazilian people have several ethnic groups. First row: Portuguese, German, Italian, Arab, and Japanese respectively. Second row: African, pardo (cafuzo, mulato and caboclo, respectively) and Indigenous (Amerindian) Brazilians.

What is the Brazilian personality?

The results indicate the main traits of Brazilians personality: sensual, cunning, cheerful, creative, hospitable, friendly and cordial. These traits are directly related to cordiality, mentioned in some studies, and also indirectly through words alluding to the character of the cordial man.

What race is most common in Brazil?

For the first time, non-white people make up the majority of Brazils population, according to preliminary results of the 2010 census. Out of around 191m Brazilians, 91 million identified themselves as white, 82m as mixed race and 15m as black. Whites fell from 53.7% of the population in 2000 to 47.7% last year.

What race is in Brazil?

For more additional, identity-specific information about Brazil visit the Diversity & Inclusion Guides to Brazil. 211,715,973 (July 2020 est.) Ethnic groups: White 47.7%, Mulatto (mixed white and black) 43.1%, Black 7.6%, Asian 1.1%, indigenous 0.4% (2010 est.)

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