Ethnic groups in Angola
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Ethnic groups in Angola are dominated by the Bantu, who are divided into a number of ethnolinguistic groupings. The main ones are the Ovimbundu, constituting some 37% of the population in 2005, the Kimbundu, totaling 25% of the population, and the Bakongo with 13%.
The mestiço (mixed European and Native African) make up about 2% of the population. Since the mestiços are generally better educated than the black population, they exercise influence in government disproportionate to their numbers.[neutrality is disputed] Europeans, mostly of Portuguese extraction, constitute 1% of the population; other varied groups account for the remaining 22%.
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