Country Racial Diversity Statistics

The statistics on racial diversity in different countries show varying levels of representation across different ethnic groups.

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"According to the Ethnic Diversity rank by World Population Review, Papua New Guinea is considered the world's most ethnically diverse country."

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"Africa is considered the most ethnically diverse continent with 99.8% of its countries in the top half of the diversity rankings."

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"Canada's population in 2021 was made up of 22.3% foreign-born individuals, making it highly racially diverse."

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"India is known for 2,000 distinct ethnic groups and land of over 1,600 spoken languages."

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"As per a study in 2013, the United States is ranked as the 85th most diverse country in the world."

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"In New Zealand, 27.4% of the resident population was born overseas as of the 2018 census."

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"Brazil is home to more than 200 distinct ethnic groups."

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"Brazil has the largest diversified population in South America with 97 racial-ethnic groups."

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"In the UK, 14% of the people belong to the non-white ethnic group, showing considerable racial diversity."

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"In France, about 6.7 million people are immigrants, which accounts for about 10% of the total population."

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"Around 25% of Switzerland’s population is made up of people without Swiss citizenship."

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"In Germany, 26% of the population has a migrant background as of 2020."

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"South Africa has eleven official languages, a reflection of its cultural and racial diversity."

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"60% of Malaysia’s population belongs to the ethnic Malay group, which highlights its racial diversity."

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"In the United Arab Emirates, only about 11.48% of the total population are Emiratis."

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"According to 2019 data, 30% of Saudi Arabia's 34.81 million people were immigrants."

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"Japan's national census in 2020 revealed that the number of foreign residents in Japan surpassed 2.93 million, a sign of greater racial diversity, despite being a predominantly homogeneous society."

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