Americans

Americans are the citizens and nationals of the United States of America.[47][48] Although citizens and nationals make up the majority of Americans, many dual citizens, expatriates and permanent residents could also legally claim American nationality.[49][50][51][52] The United States is home to people of many ethnic origins. As a result, American culture and law does not equate nationality with race or ethnicity, but with bona fide citizenship and an oath of permanent allegiance.[53][54][55]

Americans
Total population
c.331.4 million[1]
(2020 United States census)
Regions with significant populations
Mexico738,100–1,000,000[2][3]
Canada316,350–1,000,000[4][5]
India2,694–700,000[6]
Philippines220,000–600,000[7][8]
Brazil260,000[9]
France200,000[10]
Israel200,000[11][12]
United Kingdom197,143 (foreign born only)[13]
South Korea120,000–158,000[14]
Costa Rica120,000–130,000[15]
Germany111,529 (American citizens)[16]
China110,000[17]
Colombia60,000[18]
Hong Kong60,000[19]
Japan59,172-153,389[20][21]
Australia56,276[22]
Pakistan52,486[23]
Italy50,000[24]
United Arab Emirates50,000[25]
Haiti45,000[26]
Saudi Arabia40,000[27]
Argentina37,000[28]
Norway33,509[29]
The Bahamas30,000[30]
Russia30,000[citation needed]
Lebanon25,000[31]
Panama25,000[32]
Dominican Republic24,457[33]
Spain22,082[34]
Chile19,161[35]
El Salvador19,000[36]
New Zealand21,462[37]
Honduras15,000[38]
Poland2,483–14,000[39]
Trinidad and Tobago11,500[40]
Taiwan10,645[41]
Austria10,175[42]
Denmark9,400[43]
Czech Republic8,763[44]
Bermuda8,000[45]
Languages
Primarily American English, but also Spanish and others
Religion
Primarily Christianity (Protestantism, Catholicism, and other denominations)[46]
Various non-Christian religions (Judaism, Islam and others)[46]
Irreligion