GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

The Most Surprising Color Blindness Statistics in 2024

With sources from: nei.nih.gov, colourblindawareness.org, ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, colorblindawareness.org and many more

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"Color blindness can affect academic performance, especially in tasks involving color-coded information."

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"Visual aids and apps have been developed to help colorblind individuals differentiate colors."

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"Blue-yellow color blindness (tritanopia) affects about 1 in 10,000 people."

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"Around 300 million people worldwide are affected by color blindness."

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"Traffic lights may be problematic for colorblind individuals, especially in countries where non-shape-based lights are common."

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"Carriers of mutations in the OPN1LW and OPN1MW genes are more likely to be colorblind."

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"Color blindness can sometimes develop later in life due to injury or disease."

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"Colorblind-friendly palettes are recommended for use in design and data visualization to ensure accessibility."

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"Many colorblind individuals are unaware that they see the world differently until tested."

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"Color blindness can result from certain diseases like diabetes and multiple sclerosis."

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"Approximately 8% of men and 0.5% of women have some form of color blindness."

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"Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) can lead to color vision deficiencies."

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"Certain professions, such as pilots and electricians, may restrict individuals with color blindness."

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"EnChroma glasses are a popular tool reported to help colorblind individuals see colors more accurately."

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"Protanopia and deuteranopia (red-green color blindness) are X-linked disorders, meaning they are more common in men."

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"Total color blindness, or achromatopsia, is quite rare, occurring in approximately 1 in 30,000 people."

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"The Ishihara test is the most commonly used test for diagnosing red-green color blindness."

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"Red-green color blindness is the most common type, affecting up to 99% of all colorblind individuals."

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"Color blindness is often inherited, with about 95% of cases being genetic."

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"Color blindness affects approximately 1 in 12 men."

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