Im O+ which is the most common blood type,
In Australia its O+ 40%, A+ 31%, B+ 8%, AB+ 2%, O- 9%, A-7%, B- 2% and AB- 1%
In usa it goes O+38%, A+ 34%, B+ 9%, AB+ 3%, O- 7%, A-6%, B- 2%, AB- 1%
and England it's O+37%, A+ 35%, B+ 8%, AB+ 3%, O- 7%, A- 7%, B- 2% and AB- 1%
Individuals either have, or do not have, the Rhesus factor (or Rh D antigen) on the surface of their red blood cells. This is usually indicated by 'RhD positive' (does have the RhD antigen) or 'RhD negative' (does not have the antigen) suffix to the ABO blood type which is why at the end of the O A B and AB there is a + or a -, it's to show if you have the Rh D antigen.
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