Filipinos

Filipinos (Filipino: Mga Pilipino)[50] are the people who are citizens of or native to the Philippines. The majority of Filipinos today come from various Austronesian ethnolinguistic groups, all typically speaking either Filipino, English and/or other Philippine languages. Currently, there are more than 185 ethnolinguistic groups in the Philippines; each with its own language, identity, culture and history.

Filipinos
Mga Pilipino/Filipino
Total population
c. 108 million[1]
(c. 11–12 million in Filipino diaspora)[2][3]
Regions with significant populations
 Philippines c. 100 million
figures below are for various years
 United States3,416,840[4]
 Saudi Arabia938,490[5]
 Canada837,130[6]
 United Arab Emirates679,819[7]
 Japan325,000[8]
 Malaysia245,000[9]
 Qatar236,000[10]
 Australia232,386[11]
 United Kingdom200,000 (2017)[12]
 Singapore175,000[13]
 Italy167,859[14]
 Hong Kong130,810[15]
 Spain115,362[16]
 Taiwan108,520[17]
 Germany65,000[18]
 South Korea63,464[19]
 France50,000 (2013)[20]
 New Zealand40,347[21]
 Bahrain40,000[22]
 Israel31,000[23]
 Brazil29,578[24]
 Netherlands25,365 (2021)[25]
 Papua New Guinea25,000[26]
 Thailand17,574[27]
 Macau14,544[28]
 Sweden13,000[29]
 Ireland12,791[30]
 Austria12,474[31]
 Norway12,262[32]
 China12,254[33]
  Switzerland10,000[34]
 Kazakhstan7,000[35]
 Palau7,000[36]
 Greece6,500[37]
 Finland5,665[38]
 Turkey5,500[39]
 Russia5,000[40]
 Indonesia4,800[41]
 Nigeria4,500[42]
 Cayman Islands4,119[43]
 Belgium3,067-12,224[44][45]
 Morocco3,000[46]
 Iceland2,900[47]
 India2,114[48]
Languages
Filipino and Philippine languages
Minority
English
Religion
Predominantly Roman Catholicism[49]
Minority others are:
Related ethnic groups
Austronesian peoples, Native Indonesian

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