Eye color or eye colour is a polygenic phenotypic character determined by two
distinct factors: the pigmentation of the eye's iris and the frequency-dependence ...
Learn about the most common and the most rare eye colors worldwide. Learn
how eyes get their color, and where that color is most common in the world.
Oct 23, 2013 ... Eye Color Statistics. More than half of the United States population were blue eye
Caucasians. Now, adds are that a baby born today will have ...
I think someone else on Quora asked and answered this, but here it is again:
brown 55%, blue ... Light eyes are definitely the standard in these northern
countries. Sweden, Norway and Denmark all have high percentages of light eyed
As for blue eyes alone... there are better statistics on that too. "According to the
same research, pure blue eyes in Europe approach greatest ...
The percentages of people with various eye colors are unknown for many
countries. However, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, ...
Aug 8, 2016 ... People are born with different eye colors and some eye colors are truly unique.
Let's take a look at eye color percentages in the world.
So, how are they defining "light" hair here? Same with "Light eyes?" I am not sure
why they are doing this...and then further separating out ...
Part of the appeal of green eyes may be their rarity. Reliable statistics of the
distribution of eye colors are difficult to find, but some sources put the worldwide ...
Jan 26, 2016 ... Eye Color. U.S. Percent. Blue / Grey Irises, 32%. Blue / Grey / Green Irises with
Brown / Yellow Specks, 15%. Green / Light Brown Irises with ...