Blood Group A
Around 40% people in the world have either A+ and A-. The people with this blood type are rational, understanding, organized and cool.A blood type people live the kind of life they wish to and don’t get involved in dramas. They are very good at controlling their emotions and they get the thing done as close to perfection as they know how to. But like every other detail-oriented person, they tend to be finicky and uptight. They are sensitive and reserved, that is they are helpful, but they can also come up as arrogant at times.
Blood Group B
11% people are either B+ or B-. They are generally passionate, confident, impulsive and unpredictable. For B type people, no matter what they do, travelling, writing, coding or anything, they do it with immense passion and internal motivation which makes them infectiously charming. But sometimes they tend to be selfish in ways that the things they do are known only to them until it’s completed.
The O Blood type
There are around 45% people who have O+ and O- blood group combined. The people with O blood type are committed, cautious, responsible and punctual. They are trustworthy people who are often imbibed in the urge to finish what they started which motivated them to keep going. They make good companions as they are excellent listeners, comforting and understanding of nature. They are also not big on taking risks, and that’s one reason why they prefer to play safe and prefer the well-taken route to going haywire.
AB Blood Group
Only a total of 4% population have this blood type. These people are ambitious, confident, sociable and natural leaders. These people are inherently born to lead. They are not only social and confident, but they won’t expect something from a person which they cannot do for the person in return. This is one reason why they don’t take much help from others. They are empathetic in nature and they will listen and understand others before they try to impose their own ideas or views on other people. They have a straightforward nature and would rather accept a bitter truth than sugarcoated lies.
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