Brazil holds the 30th position in the world ranking of gifted people, although it is the leader in South America. The United States ranks first, with 52,000 high-IQ people, followed by the United Kingdom (19,000) and Germany (16,000).
There are now 2,090 members of the Mensa Brazil Association, an entity that gathers superintelligent people or people with high intellectual capacities in the country and is the official representative of Mensa International, the main organization of high intelligence quotient (IQ) in the world, gathering 150,000 members.
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