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Thread: England vs Netherlands In which country blond hair is more common?

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    By percentage of the total population, or by the number of people?



    By percentage, I'd say the Netherlands.
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    I have been to Netherlands and the UK. Netherlands is a bit blonder than the UK, but the difference is small. So small that depending on the people you meet, you can conclude that it is the opposite.

    According to this map, is 66% in Netherlands vs. 56% England.



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    Netherlands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artabro View Post
    I have been to Netherlands and the UK. Netherlands is a bit blonder than the UK, but the difference is small. So small that depending on the people you meet, you can conclude that it is the opposite.

    According to this map, is 66% in Netherlands vs. 56% England.



    Exactly I agree. I have been in both places several times, as you said the difference not nearly great as people put it to be! Though that hair colour map is garbage and has credible basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ♥ Lily ♥ View Post
    By percentage of the total population, or by the number of people?

    By percentage, I'd say the Netherlands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Septentrion View Post
    The Dutch and the English are pretty close, in fact they are quite similar. Though the Dutch do have slightly more ash-blondism than the English, despite the fact that golden blondism is typical of their population. The Dutch also have slightly more light blonde types while the English have strawberry or reddish blondes and darker blonde shades. The English total and the Dutch total would be too similar. However if we separate by regions, I'd say the Northern Dutch blond average is somewhat higher in % than the Northern English average. Many people would say Dutch, just because they tend to have more of the lighter shades of blonde, but this is untrue, the English have many of the darker blonde types that could probably due to their weather which is more overcast. Nevertheless if we counted Fair Hair (red, blond, light brown shades combined), Northern England is lighter than the Northern Netherlands.
    What blond tone is that?

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    The Netherlands.
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    73% of Dutch schoolchildren were blond according to Louis Bolk. According to Pearson about 35% of English schoolchildren are blond. If we add red hair in, 2.5% of Dutch schoolchildren have red hair according to Bolk and 3.7% of English schoolchildren have red hair according to Pearson. That comes to 75.5% red or blond hair for Dutch schoolchildren and 38.7% for English schoolchildren.

    English schoolchildren as whole seem not to have the overwhelming child blondism that is present in the Netherlands, comparing the surveys of Bolk and Pearson.

    According to militarily record organized by Beddoe, 23% of English have hair which is very light brown or blond. According to Beddoe's observations of 1021 Dutch people about 25% of Dutch adults have very light brown or blond hair. Comparing data, red hair appears to be quite stable in both cases with the English adults having 3.5% and the Dutch 2.1%, both figures being under .5% less than the schoolchildren for each respective country. Adding red in for the adult figure means 26.5% of English have very light brown, blond, or red hair, while with the Dutch it is 27.1%.

    If we use data from Beddoe, Pearson, and Bolk as I have, the Dutch only have slightly more very light brown, red, or blond hair than the English. Also, using the same data, the discrepancy between the Dutch and English is much greater in children than in adults.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blobu View Post
    73% of Dutch schoolchildren were blond according to Louis Bolk. According to Pearson about 35% of English schoolchildren are blond. If we add red hair in, 2.5% of Dutch schoolchildren have red hair according to Bolk and 3.7% of English schoolchildren have red hair according to Pearson. That comes to 73.5% red or blond hair for Dutch schoolchildren and 38.7% for English schoolchildren.

    English schoolchildren as whole seem not to have the overwhelming child blondism that is present in the Netherlands, comparing the surveys of Bolk and Pearson.

    According to militarily record organized by Beddoe, 23% of English have hair which is very light brown or blond. According to Beddoe's observations of 1021 Dutch people about 25% of Dutch adults have very light brown or blond hair. Comparing data, red hair appears to be quite stable in both cases with the English adults having 3.5% and the Dutch 2.1%, both figures being under .5% less than the schoolchildren for each respective country. Adding red in for the adult figure means 26.5% of English have very light brown, blond, or red hair, while with the Dutch it is 27.1%.

    If we use data from Beddoe, Pearson, and Bolk as I have, the Dutch only have slightly more very light brown, red, or blond hair than the English. Also, using the same data, the discrepancy between the Dutch and English is much greater in children than in adults.
    Reddish-blond hair is more common in the Dutch? do you mean ginger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggery View Post
    Reddish-blond hair is more common in the Dutch? do you mean ginger?
    I never said that.

    Red hair is more common in England. 2.5% of Dutch schoolchildren were red-haired. With the British schoolchildren it was 3.7%.

    With the adults it was 3.5% for English and 2.1% for Dutch.

    Some shades of reddish-blond were considered ‚pale-auburn‘ and fair rather than red by Beddoe. Beddoe‘s red is best defined as ‚districtivly red‘

    I just added in red because Septentrion makes the point that red hair compensates for less pure blond hair among the English resulting in a closer amount of total light hair. If red was excluded the gap for light hair between the Dutch and English would be greater.

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