Special Report

States With the Largest Native American Populations

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40. Georgia
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 0.87% (88,365)
> Largest Native American group: Cherokee (31,966)
> Total state population: 10,099,320 (8th highest)

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39. Ohio
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 0.90% (104,392)
> Largest Native American group: Cherokee (37,692)
> Total state population: 11,586,941 (7th highest)

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38. South Carolina
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 0.96% (46,219)
> Largest Native American group: Cherokee (16,707)
> Total state population: 4,834,605 (24th highest)

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37. Delaware
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 1.01% (9,443)
> Largest Native American group: Cherokee (2,224)
> Total state population: 934,695 (6th lowest)

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36. West Virginia
> State residents who self-identify as American Indian: 1.01% (18,687)
> Largest Native American group: Cherokee (8,323)
> Total state population: 1,846,092 (13th lowest)

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