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We the People of Arab Ancestry in the U.S.: Census 2000 Special Reports
Angela Brittingham (au); G. Patricia de la Cruz (au)
This report provides a portrait of the Arab population in the U.S., and discusses some of the largest groups within this population at the national level. The data used to define the Arab population in this report were compiled from responses to the Census 2000 question that asked respondents to identify their ancestry or ethnic origin; two write-in lines were provided. Census 2000 data showed that of the 281.4 million people in the U.S., approx. 850,000 reported Arab ancestries and no others (0.3% of the total population in 2000). An additional 340,000 people reported an Arab and a non-Arab ancestry. The text and figures here focus on the group who reported only Arab ancestries. Charts and tables.
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