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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 1 decade ago

How many differint nationalities are there in the United States?

How many nationalities are there in the United States? IN South Dakota? IN Sioux falls?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Possible nationalities in the united states, YOU ASKED!

    Afghans

    Afrikaners

    Albanians

    Algerians

    Americans

    Andorrans

    Angolans

    Argentines

    Armenians

    Aromanians

    Assyrians

    Australians

    Austrians

    Azeris

    Bahamians

    Bahrainis

    Bangladeshis

    Barbadians

    Botswanans

    Belarusians

    Belgians

    Belizeans

    Beninese

    Bhutanese

    Boers

    Bolivians

    Bosnians

    Brazilians

    British people

    English people

    Scots

    Welsh people

    Northern Ireland people

    British Virgin Islanders

    Bruneians

    Bulgarians

    Burkinabès

    Burmese

    Burundians

    Cambodians

    Cameroonians

    Canadians

    List of French Canadians

    Cape Verdeans

    CAR nationals

    Chadians

    Chileans

    Chinese

    Hong Kong Chinese

    Macanese

    Taiwanese

    Colombians

    Comorians

    Congolese

    Costa Ricans

    Croatians

    Cubans

    Cypriots

    Czechs

    Danes

    Dominicans (Republic)

    Dominicans (Commonwealth)

    Djiboutian nationals

    (DR) Congolese

    Dutch people

    East Timorese

    Ecuadorians

    Egyptians

    Emiratis

    Equatorial Guinea nationals

    Eritreans

    Estonians

    Ethiopians

    Finns

    Finnish Swedish

    Fijians

    Filipinos

    French citizens

    Bretons

    Martinicans

    Gabonese

    Gambians

    Georgians

    Germans

    Baltic Germans

    Ghanaians

    Greeks

    Grenadians

    Guatemalans

    Guianese (French)

    Guinea-Bissau nationals

    Guyanese

    Haitians

    Hondurans

    Hungarians

    Icelanders

    Indians

    Indians by state

    NRIs

    Indonesians

    Iranians

    Iraqis

    Irish people

    Northern Ireland people

    Israelis

    Italians

    Ivoirians

    Jamaicans

    Japanese people

    Jordanians

    Kazakhs

    Kenyans

    I-Kiribati

    Kosovars

    Kuwaitis

    Kenyans

    Koreans

    Kyrgyz

    Lao

    Latvians

    Lebanese

    Lesotho

    Liberians

    Libyans

    Liechtensteiners

    Lithuanians

    Luxembourgeois

    Macedonians

    Malagasy

    Malawians

    Malaysians

    Maldivians

    Malians

    Maltese

    Manx

    Mauritanians

    Mauritians

    Mexicans

    Micronesians

    Moldovans

    Monegasque people

    Mongolians

    Moroccans

    Mozambicans

    Namibians

    Native Americans

    Nepalese

    New Zealanders

    Nicaraguans

    Nigeriens

    Nigerians

    Norwegians

    Omanis

    Pakistanis

    Palauans

    Palestinians

    Panamanians

    Papua New Guineans

    Paraguayans

    Peruvians

    Poles

    Portuguese

    Puerto Ricans

    Qataris

    Rhodesians

    Romanians

    Russians

    Baltic Russians

    Rwandans

    Salvadorans

    Sammarinese

    Saudis

    Senegalese

    Serbs

    Sierra Leoneans

    Singaporeans

    Slovaks

    Slovenes

    Somalis

    South Africans

    Spaniards

    Stateless persons

    Sri Lankans

    Sudanese

    Swazis

    Swedes

    Swiss people

    Syrians

    Tajiks

    Tanzanians

    Thais

    Tibetans

    Tobagonians

    Togolese

    Tongans

    Trinidadians

    Tunisians

    Turkmen

    Turks

    Tuvaluans

    Ugandans

    Ukrainians

    Uruguayans

    Uzbeks

    Venezuelans

    Vietnamese

    Yemenis

    Zambians

    Zimbabweans

    However, If you would like to know in South Dakota or even a specific city you will have to refer to census data, which lists gerneralized nationalities(groups of similar skinned or ethnically similar peoples) http://www.census.gov/ or for specifics on just that city: http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/ACSSAFFFacts?...

    For a comparitive map:

    Instructions: http://factfinder.census.gov/home/en/epss/faq.html...

    Map located at: http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/DTGeoSearchBy...

    That should be all the information you will need.

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  • 1 decade ago

    There are 243 countries in the world (202 sovereign nation-states, 192 of which are recognized by the United Nations, 40 non-sovereign territories under sovereign rule but considered a separate country for international purposes, and Kosovo, which is currently under UN administration).

    In the United States, I would bet that all 243 of these countries are represented in the resident population. As for South Dakota and Sioux Falls in specific, you should probably contact the state and local governments. They generally keep statistics like that and they are probably available on request.

    To JNISSI - If you include Klingons, wouldn't you have to include Vulcans and the Borg as well?

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  • 3 years ago

    ghans

    Afrikaners

    Albanians

    Algerians

    Americans

    Andorrans

    Angolans

    Argentines

    Armenians

    Aromanians

    Assyrians

    Australians

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Multi national.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    We are all nationals of one country: USA.

    If you are not a citizen of the US, you are a national of whatever country you were born or affiliated with.

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  • 5 years ago

    You forgot to add the Samoan and Hawaiian nationalities.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Ritualist ,you forgot the American Indians? congress declares them "Domestic Depentant Sovereigns" What about the Klingons?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Except for the illegal aliens,just one. Unless you mean the tourist too.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    only one

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  • Luis
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    lots

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