2005 American Community Survey
Southeast Asian American Populations

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Hmong
Lao
Cambodian
Vietnamese

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Hmong
Lao
Cambodian
Vietnamese

Estimated U.S. Population by Ethnicity

B02006. ASIAN ALONE BY SELECTED GROUPS - Universe: TOTAL ASIAN ALONE POPULATION
Data Set: 2005 American Community Survey
Survey: 2005 American Community Survey


Hmong - 183,265
Lao - 193,247
Cambodian - 217,438
Vietnamese - 1,418,334

Hmong

B02006. ASIAN ALONE BY SELECTED GROUPS - Universe: TOTAL ASIAN ALONE POPULATION
Data Set: 2005 American Community Survey
Survey: 2005 American Community Survey

United States – 183,265

Northeast – 1,216
Midwest – 95,902
South – 12,621
West – 73,526

1. California – 65,345
2. Minnesota – 46,352
3. Wisconsin – 38,814
4. Michigan – 7,769
5. Colorado – 4,285
6. North Carolina – 4,172
7. Georgia – 3,324
8. Missouri – 1,553
9. Florida - 1,423
10. Washington – 1,380
11. Alaska – 1,285
12. Oklahoma – 1,168
13. Oregon – 1,091
14. South Carolina – 1,010
15. Texas - 660
16. Tennessee - 622
17. Illinois – 545
18. Massachusetts - 506
19. Iowa – 499
20. Ohio – 370
21. Pennsylvania - 355
22. Connecticut - 271
23. Arkansas – 203
24. Utah - 140
25. New York – 84
26. Virginia - 39
Kansas - 0
Alabama - 0
Arizona – 0
Hawaii – 0
Indiana – 0
Kentucky – 0
Louisiana – 0
Maryland – 0
Nevada – 0
New Jersey - 0
Wyoming – N.A.

2000 Hmong Census Data


Lao

B02006. ASIAN ALONE BY SELECTED GROUPS - Universe: TOTAL ASIAN ALONE POPULATION
Data Set: 2005 American Community Survey
Survey: 2005 American Community Survey

United States – 193,247

Northeast – 15,382
Midwest – 37,820
South – 44,471
West – 95,574

1. California – 63,318
2. Texas – 12,643
3. Minnesota – 11,636
4. Washington – 10,638
5. Iowa – 6,129
6. North Carolina – 5,854
7. Georgia – 5,546
8. Tennessee – 4,781
9. Michigan – 4,735
10. Florida – 4,035
11. Oregon – 3,860
12. Nevada – 3,854
13. Illinois – 3,784
14. Kansas – 3,294
15. Arizona – 3,279
16. Wisconsin – 3,026
17. Ohio – 3,000
18. Hawaii – 2,917
19. Colorado - 2,892
20. Virginia – 2,790
21. Utah – 2,682
22. New York – 2,545
23. Connecticut -2,534
24. Pennsylvania – 2,431
25. Arkansas – 2,338
26. Louisiana – 2,097
27. Indiana – 1,578
28. Alaska – 1,562
29. Maryland – 1,306
30. South Carolina – 1,114
31. Massachusetts – 966
32. New Jersey – 923
33. Oklahoma - 633
34. Alabama – 589
35. Missouri - 282
36. Kentucky – 253

2000 Lao Census Data

Cambodian

B02006. ASIAN ALONE BY SELECTED GROUPS - Universe: TOTAL ASIAN ALONE POPULATION
Data Set: 2005 American Community Survey
Survey: 2005 American Community Survey

United States – 217,438

Northeast – 47,161
Midwest – 19,591
South – 41,710
West – 108,976

1. California – 83,562
2. Massachusetts – 24,172
3. Washington – 16,082
4. Texas – 12,112
5. Florida – 7,889
6. Pennsylvania – 6,194
7. Ohio – 6,160
8. Minnesota – 6,101
9. North Carolina – 5,128
10. Georgia – 4,562
11. Connecticut – 4,174
12. Virginia – 4,047
13. Illinois – 3,899
14. New York – 3,364
15. Oregon – 3,284
16. Maryland – 2,639
17. Utah – 2,183
18. Colorado – 1,969
19. Tennessee – 1,633
20. New Jersey – 1,528
21. Oklahoma – 1,157
22. Kentucky - 856
23. Iowa – 788
24. Arizona – 776
25. South Carolina - 697
26. Michigan - 648
27. Kansas – 610
28. Wisconsin - 596
29. Missouri - 586
30. Nevada - 549
31. Alabama – 535
32. Hawaii – 443
33. Louisiana - 350
34. Alaska – 128
35. Indiana - 121
Arkansas – 0

2000 Cambodian Census Data







Vietnamese

B02006. ASIAN ALONE BY SELECTED GROUPS - Universe: TOTAL ASIAN ALONE POPULATION
Data Set: 2005 American Community Survey
Survey: 2005 American Community Survey


United States – 1,418,334

Northeast – 162,707
Midwest – 135,520
South - 425,248
West – 694,859

1. California – 539,150
2. Texas – 159,107
3. Washington – 60,543
4. Florida - 55,555
5. Massachusetts – 48,583
6. Virginia – 48,035
7. New York – 39,131
8. Georgia – 37,159
9. Pennsylvania – 35,111
10. Oregon – 25,684
11. Illinois – 25,017
12. Louisiana – 23,463
13. Maryland – 22,513
14. North Carolina – 21,897
15. Minnesota – 21,810
16. New Jersey – 20,976
17. Colorado – 20,370
18. Michigan – 17,938
19. Arizona – 15,873
20. Oklahoma – 14,286
21. Ohio – 14,705
22. Missouri – 14,579
23. Kansas – 12,278
24. Connecticut – 9,396
25. Utah – 9,366
26. Tennessee – 8,651
27. South Carolina – 8,453
28. Indiana – 8,355
29. Hawaii – 8,264
30. Nevada – 7,444
31. Iowa – 7,206
32. Arkansas – 6,467
33. Alabama – 6,183
34. Wisconsin – 5,728
35. Kentucky – 5,001
36. Alaska – 921

2000 Vietnamese Census Data