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- DigoPaul: Geographical meanings of state Nebraska. Covers dictionary definition and location map of Nebraska.
Kearney – W 24th Street
1615 W. 24th Street
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
Lincoln – South 34th Street
5715 SOUTH 34TH ST, STE 300
CO-LOCATED W/ SYLVAN LEARNING CTR
LINCOLN, NE 68516
Omaha – Elm Street
15606 Elm Street
Omaha, NE 68130
Scottsbluff – College Park
2620 College Park
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
Ethnic composition of the US population
The ethnic composition of the US population is extremely diverse. Just like the diversity of racial groups among the residents of the United States of America, the multiplicity of nationalities in the country is due, first of all, to the history of the state.
For centuries, immigrants have come to the United States from England, Spain, Germany, Ireland, Sweden, China, Italy and many other countries. Today in the United States you can meet people of almost any nationality.
Belonging to a particular nationality (ethnic group) in the United States is determined during the census, and each person himself calls his nationality.
The most numerous ethnic groups in the United States today are the descendants of Germans, African peoples, Irish, British and Mexicans.
|Largest ethnic (national) population groups in the United States|
|Ethnic (national) groups||Percentage of the US population belonging to this ethnic group||The population of the United States belonging to this ethnic group|
|Germans||about 15%||about 49 million people|
|African Americans||about 13%||about 42 million people|
|Mexicans||about 11%||about 36 million people|
|Irish||about 10%||about 32 million people|
|English||about 8%||about 26 million people|
|Italians||about 6%||about 20 million people|
|Poles||about 3%||about 10 million people|
|French people||about 2.6%||about 8.5 million people|
|Scots||about 1.7%||about 5.5 million people|
|Puerto Ricans||about 1.6%||about 5.2 million people|
|Dutch||about 1.4%||about 4.6 million people|
|Norse||about 1.4%||about 4.6 million people|
|swedes||about 1.2%||about 4 million people|
|Chinese||about 1.2%||about 4 million people|
|Indians||about 1.0%||about 3.2 million people|
|Filipinos||about 0.9%||about 3 million people|
|Russians||about 0.9%||about 3 million people|
|Largest ethnic (national) groups among “Hispanic or Latino” in the US|
|Ethnic (national) groups||Percentage of “Hispanic or Latino” belonging to this ethnic group||The number of “Hispanic or Latino” belonging to this ethnic group|
|Mexicans||about 63%||about 36,250,000 people|
|Puerto Ricans||about 9.5%||about 5,450,000 people|
|Cubans||about 3.9%||about 2,210,000 people|
|Salvadorans||about 3.8%||about 2,190,000 people|
|Dominicans||about 3.3%||about 1,900,000 people|
|Guatemalans||about 2.5%||about 1,410,000 people|
|Colombians||about 1.7%||about 1,000,000 people|