Last update : September/October 2013 (revised Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Ukraine, added Corsica, Malta, Kosovo, Montenegro, Moldova, Gagauzes and Lapland)
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Human Y-chromosome DNA can be divided in genealogical groups sharing a common ancestor. These are called haplogroups. To know what ancient ethnic group is associated with each haplogroup, please check European Haplogroups : origins, geographic spread and relation to ethnic groups.
Note that figures are only indicative. Several sources were used and averages recalculated by merging the data available. Being approximations, numbers were rounded up to 0.5%. Frequencies inferior to 0.25% are indicated as 0%. A non-exhaustive list of the sources used for this page can be found here.
Ethnicities by haplogroup (simplified - subclades used for specifics)