2009 Self-Identity Survey

1,287 people participated in the 5-question survey about primary self-identity that took place during the course of the latter three weeks of November 2009.

The respondents represent 82 nationalities with longest residence in 69 countries, covering every continent with the exception of Antarctica.

At least 80% of the respondents chose a more confined category than Planetary or Species.

Of the top five countries with the most number of respondents, for the Species category, the French and the British vie for the first place while the American and the Indians for third, leaving the Canadians last.

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Thank you again to everyone who participated!