Brazil has a lot of diversity but being 50 percent white means being 50 percent being something else.
That remaining 50% is lots of other things, mainly black, brown (this is closer to how it is described in Brazil, although not politically correct in the US), indigenous, middle eastern, east Asian, and others. The US, by contrast, is almost 3/4 white.
Do they have as many Russians? As many people from the middle east?
In my original post I mentioned Brazil has more people of Lebanese descent than Lebanon, they also have a large Syrian population. I don't know the Russian population of Brazil, but they do have relatively large populations of other east European peoples, such as Ukranian and Polish.
As many Muslims? Do they have large Buddhist communities? Do they have Amish?
You probably don't want to conflate religious diversity with racial diversity, they're not the same thing.
Brazil is _slightly_ less religiously diverse than the US, I admit. About 75% of Americans are Christian, whereas about 86% are Christian in Brazil. In the US Islam is at 0.6%, Buddhism is at 0.7%, Hinduism is at 0.4%. Contrast this to somewhere like England : Christianity 59%, Islam 5%, Hinduism 1.5%, Buddhism 0.5% (and 0.7% Jedi). This shows that England is much more religiously diverse than the United States.
How many distinct Indian tribes do they have? I doubt more then four or five. We have that many in some states.
You're really beginning to show your ignorance. I'll start you off with this. That list does not include many original tribes that have been integrated into the main Brazilian population (like American Indian tribes have been in the US).
And here's another question, does Brazil have a high level of non-spanish speaking immigrants? I doubt it. Which impacts literacy... Right?
Look, I'm right. So don't get mad when my facts line up. I have an unfair advantage... I'm right.
Ok, I think you must be trolling. How, exactly, does being Spanish speaking help in Brazil? I'll give you a hint : Spanish is not the language of Brazil.
I'll try to start getting mad when you get your facts to line up.