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I want to note that the "With what race do you most identify?" question allows exactly one choice and has no "other" category. This creates problems for multi-racial people, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders and central Asians, none of which are options.

The question reminds me of a survey I took for a South African publication that asked what race I was. The options were "White", "Black", "Colored" and "Indian" (pick one).

Exactly, I am from Brazil and I can't see any option that fit my race.

According to Wikipedia, "According to the American census, the Hispanic or Latin category would not include Brazilians or Americans with origins in Brazil, [3] [4] [8] as it is specific to people of "Spanish culture or origin". [3] [4]. Technically speaking, people from Portugal or of Portuguese origin are called Lusitanians. In Portugal, the term "hispanic" refers to something related to ancient Hispania, Spain or the Spanish language and culture [9]. The common modern term for identifying both Portuguese and Spanish cultures under a single nomenclature is "Iberian", and the term referring to cultures derived from both countries in the Americas is "Ibero-American". These designations can be mutually recognized by people in Portugal and Brazil, in contrast to "Hispanic", which is totally devoid of any self-identification in these countries, and quite the contrary, is used to mark a clear distinction in relation to the culture of neighboring Spanish-speaking countries (Hispanics) in relation to Portuguese-speaking countries (Portuguese-speaking)."

I'm from europe so I find both the term and category of 'hispanics' kinda dumb. I only put that there because the previous surveys did. I put central and south america in parentheses so I would choose hispanic in your case even though I agree that that's a messy category.

Noted for next time

For the risk question, is it asking about positive and negative risk, or just negative risk?

Positive and negative risk