Special Report

The Biggest Native American Population in Every State

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26. Montana
> Largest native population: Blackfeet (pop: 14,095)
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 85,285 (22nd highest)
> State population: 1,023,391 (7th lowest)

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27. Nebraska
> Largest native population: Sioux (pop: 7,434)
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 30,632 (10th lowest)
> State population: 1,881,259 (14th lowest)

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28. Nevada
> Largest native population: Cherokee (pop: 8,290)
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 59,611 (21st lowest)
> State population: 2,839,172 (16th lowest)

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29. New Hampshire
> Largest native population: Cherokee (pop: 2,133)
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 11,244 (3rd lowest)
> State population: 1,327,503 (9th lowest)

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30. New Jersey
> Largest native population: Cherokee (pop: 11,129)
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 62,804 (24th lowest)
> State population: 8,915,456 (11th highest)

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