The premise is flawed in the first place because there are no separate races among humans. We are all the same race. More scientifically, we are all the same species, we just have different phenotypes. Phenotypes occur in adaptation to environments.
On an extremely minute level you could argue that a Chinese person has different genetics than an African because they have different visual features; but if you were to look at a house cat that's spotted vs. a house cat that is all white, would you start referring to them as being different species? No. You call them all cats. Same thing with the different types of dog.
If you put all kinds of dog together in one environment, they all interact uniformly. The same goes for humans, except we have more cultural layers that make this more complicated. But that's not genetic.
Europe tried to divide humans into different species along time ago. It's called Social Darwinism. Modern science has proven it completely fallacious and if you'd care to look at the science behind it you'd see that.
I therefore cannot vote in this poll, because the opening question, although scientifically intended, has zero to do with scientific fact. It is personal supposition only.