@Sviatogor yes but then they should create multiple averages for the country. Poland is a big country in the slavic world. Even ukraine has usually a ukraine average and then a western ukraine average. Germany also has many different regional averages on the eurogenes calcs, but Poland never does. From what I can tell Wielkopolska poles drift towards czechs and east germans, which makes sense considering they were historically the western border of poland. Southern polands drift towards slovaks and west ukrainians. I think northern poles also have some german affinities. North eastern poles are completely baltic, and masovians are belarusian like. Poland needs a regional break down.