No, it's 1-2% if I remember correctly.
The 'V's" left the Iberian refuge with the R1b's (male) but arrived in the Finnish region with the (male) haplogroup 'I'.
Some DNA markers seem to indicate that they may have gotten there (Northern Finland) during the Ice Age.
The Skolt Sámi are 52% haplogroup 'V'.
Only 400 people speak the Skolt language today.
So a Skoltelapper is one of the Skolte tongue?
thanks for your reply. Fascinating. That the V females started out with R1b and ended up w/ I. fickle! wonder how that happened? And how would they have arrived in northern Finland during the Ice Age? I would think it would have been a solid ice cap. Unless like the Thule Inuit they were adapted to coastal ice hunting. And the clothing. I have seen a Greenland Inuit (Kallaluit)in a waterproof suit made of hundreds of strips of seal intestine (clear, waterproof) do a complete kayak roll in icy water. So I guess that’s possible. However the Saami/Finlanders of the present day were inland deer herders.
One could speculate forever.