Slovene Ancestry in America
People of Slovene ancestry form minority groups in several countries in North and South America. United States has the largest Slovene population in the Americas, According to the 2020 US Census, Slovene ancestry is estimated at 200 thousand people. It also forms an important minority Group in Canada and Argentina.
Let’s have a look at Americans Countries having significant Slovene ancestry
Slovene Americans are Americans who have full or partial Slovene or Slovenian ancestry. According to the United States Ancestry Census estimates 2016, there were 180,253 (0.06% of the US Population) people of Slovene descent in the U.S.
Slovene Ancestry Statewise
Population wise Ohio (50,293) has the largest number of people with Slovene Ancestry followed by Pennsylvania (15,042), Illinois (13,292), California (10,628), and Minnesota (9,378).
List of States by Slovene Ancestry Population
|9||District of Columbia||233||0.03%|
Source: US Census estimates 2020
Slovenian Canadians are Canadians who have full or partial Slovenian ancestry. Slovenian Canadians account for about 0.12% of the total population of Canada. According to the Canadian Census 2020, there were 40,470 people of Slovenian ancestry in Canada.
Slovenian Ancestry by Provinces
Ontario, with 26,485 people of 3,885 ancestries, has the largest population of Slovenian Canadians in Canada followed by British Columbia (5,555) and Alberta (3,885)
List of Provinces by Slovenian Ancestry Population
|#||Provinces and Territories||Responses||Percentage|
|5||Newfoundland and Labrador||15||0.00%|
|10||Prince Edward Island||30||0.02%|
Source: Canada Census 2016
Slovenian Argentines are Argentines who have full or partial Slovenian ancestry or Slovenes residing in Argentina. As per the estimates, Slovenian Argentines number 30,000 people in Argentina.
They are concentrated mainly in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires, San Carlos de Bariloche, and Mendoza, with some smaller communities settled in Rosario, San Miguel de Tucumán and Paraná.