Filipinos

Filipinos (Filipino: Mga Pilipino)[43] are the people who are native to or citizens of the country the Philippines. The majority of Filipinos today comes from various Austronesian ethnolinguistic groups. Currently, there are more than 185 ethnolinguistic groups in the Philippines; each with its own language, identity, culture and history.

Filipinos
Mga Pilipino
Total population
c. 108 million[1]
(c. 11–12 million in Filipino diaspora)[2][3]
Regions with significant populations
 Philippines c. 100 million
 United States3,416,840[4]
 Saudi Arabia1,020,000
 Canada837,130[5]
 United Arab Emirates679,819[6]
 Malaysia245,089[7]
 Japan260,553[8]
 Qatar236,000[9][10]
 Australia232,386[11]
 Singapore175,000[12]
 Italy167,859[13]
 Hong Kong130,810[14]
 Spain115,362[15]
 Taiwan108,520[16]
 South Korea63,464[17]
 New Zealand40,347[18]
 Bahrain40,000[19]
 Israel31,000[20]
 Brazil29,578 (2020)[21]
 Papua New Guinea25,000[22]
 Netherlands20,937[23]
 Germany20,589[24]
 Thailand17,574[25]
 Macau14,544[26]
 Sweden13,000[27]
 Ireland12,791[28]
 Austria12,474[29]
 Norway12,262[30]
 China12,254[31]
  Switzerland10,000[32]
 Kazakhstan7,000[33]
 Palau7,000[34]
 Greece6,500[35]
 Finland5,665[36]
 Turkey5,500[37]
 Russia5,000[38]
 Indonesia4,800[39]
 Nigeria4,500[40]
 Egypt4,178
 Cayman Islands4,119[41]
Languages
Primarily Filipino, English and other languages of the Philippines
Religion
Predominantly Roman Catholicism[42]
Minority others are:
Related ethnic groups
Austronesian peoples, Native Indonesian