Asian Americans are one of the fastest-growing racial groups in the U.S. There are six Asian groups with populations of more than one million, according to the 2010 Census. Use the map below to explore where they live.
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2010 Decennial Census SF-1 data. Based on the total Asian population, both single race and mixed race. Includes Hispanic Asians and non-Hispanic Asians.
In its public data, the Census Bureau sometimes relocates individual households with rare characteristics to protect the privacy of potentially identifiable individuals. Therefore, the bureau warns users that totals may not be correct for small groups, especially at the local level. In the interactive map for all Asian Americans, "share" refers to proportion of the total state or county population.
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