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Arab Population: 2000: Census 2000 Brief
G. Patricia de la Cruz (au); Angela Brittingham (au)
Census 2000 measured a U.S. population of 281.4 million, including 1.2 million who reported an Arab ancestry. Arabs were 1 of 33 ancestry groups with populations over 1 million. This is the first report the U.S. Census Bureau has produced on the population of Arab ancestry. In 1997, the fed. standard for the classification of race and ethnicity was revised, noting the lack of consensus about the definition of an Arab ethnic category and suggesting that further research be done in order to improve data on this population group. This report contributes to ongoing research about people in the U.S. who identify an Arab ancestry and reflects the Census Bureauís consultation and collaboration with experts within the Arab community. Map and tables.
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