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c. 0.01% of the U.S. population (2016)
|Regions with significant populations|
|Metro Detroit, New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Maltese diaspora, Sicilian American, Corsican American, Italian American|
References[change | change source]
- "2016 American Community Survey 1-year estimates". Retrieved 2018-02-03.
1 Poles came to the United States legally as Austrians, Germans, Prussians or Russians throughout the 19th century, because from 1772–1795 till 1918, all Polish lands had been partitioned between imperial Austria, Prussia (a protoplast of Germany) and Russia until Poland regained its sovereignty in the wake of World War I.
5 Disputed; Roma have recognized origins and historic ties to Asia (specifically to Northern India), but they experienced at least some distinctive identity development while in diaspora among Europeans.6 Armenia and Cyprus are located entirely in Asia, but historically have stronger tie with Europe.