What race am I based on my dna results?
I took a dna test (23&me) a couple of months ago as a birthday gift from a family member. The test results revealed that I am: 56,6% African; 36.8% European; 2.7% Central and South Asian; 1.5% Central Asian and North African; 0.3% Broadly Native American and East Asian; 0.3% Melanesian, and 1.8% unassigned.
- Sunday CroneLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
You are of MIXED races.
- OlifantJagterLv 41 month ago
You're sub-Saharan African, you can identify as either African American or mixed-race. The best option is to identify as whatever is written on your birth certificate, as to avoid confusion.
- PhilLv 61 month ago
You can identify as either " black" " African American" or "mixed".
you are a " person of color".
- EisbärLv 71 month ago
I would just go with "mixed"
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- ZirpLv 71 month ago
Your race is Homo Sapiens Sapiens, regardless of your results.
Skincolour and skullshape are NOT determined by percentages. They are determined by a few alleles that you happen to have gotten from the great genetic lottery. You have 23 chromosomes from either parent, and there is no predicting or calculating which ones you will pass on to your child
- LudwigLv 61 month ago
A darkie, probably.
- MaxiLv 71 month ago
Only one race in the world, called the human race.......... DNA ancestry tests are sold to entertain, have it done again and you will be entertained again with different results............ meaning DNA tells you nothing about who your ancestors were or where they came from...research and prove your ancestry, is the only way you will know
- 1 month ago
A twisted bicycle race protected by the condemned laws who also let them in Dr appointments
- 1 month ago
Well not sure about that but I am sure that you are 100% human.