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The United States
  • Population
    323,995,528
    [July 2016 est.]
  • Languages
    English (79%)
    Spanish (13%)
    Other Indo-European languages (3.7%)
    Asian and Pacific Island languages (3.4%)
    Other (1%)
    [2015 est.]
    Note: Data represent the language spoken at home.
  • Religions
    Protestant Christianity (46.5%)
    Catholic Christianity (20.8%)
    No Religion (22.8%)
    Mormon (1.6%)
    Judaism (1.9%)
    Christianity [ndf] (1.7%)
    Other (4.7%)
    [2014 est.]
  • Ethnicities
    White (72.4%)
    Black or African American (12.6%)
    Asian (4.8%)
    Native American or Alaskan Native (0.9%)
    Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (0.2%)
    Latino or Hispanic (16.3%)
    [2010 est.]
    Note: The category of "Hispanic or Latino" is considered by the U.S. Census Bureau to be separate from racial categories as people of this origin may be of any race or ethnic group (white, black, Asian, etc.).
  • Cultural Dimensions
    Power Distance 40
    Individualism 91
    Masculinity 62
    Uncertainty Avoidance 46
    Long Term Orientation 26
    Indulgence 68
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  • Australians with American Ancestry
    66,556 [2016 census]
Americans in Australia
  • Population
    86,125
    [2016 census]
    This figure refers to the number of Australian residents that were born in the United States.
  • Average Age
    38
  • Gender
    Male (49.6%)
    Female (50.4%)
  • Religion
    No Religion (32%)
    Catholic Christianity (19.3%)
    Anglican Christianity (7%)
    Other (36.3%)
  • Ancestry
    American (23.4%)
    English (16.1%)
    Irish (9.8%)
    German (9.3%)
    Other (41.4%)
  • Language Spoken at Home
    English (91.5%)
    Spanish (1.2%)
    Mandarin (0.6%)
    Arabic (0.5%)
    Other (6.1%)
    Of those who speak a language other than English at home, 94.9% speak English fluently.
  • Diaspora
    New South Wales (34.5%)
    Western Australia (21.9%)
    Queensland (20.5%)
    Western Australia (11.5%)
  • Arrival to Australia
    Prior to 2001 (50.8%)
    2001-2006 (18.1%)
    2007-2011 (27%)
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