Slavic Americans

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Slavic Americans
Flag of the United States.svg Pan-Slavic flag.svg
Total population
(c. 18–18.5 million
6% of the total U.S. population)
Languages
English · Belarusian · Bosnian · Bulgarian · Croatian · Czech · Macedonian · Montenegrin · Polish · Russian · Serbian · Slovak · Slovenian · Ukrainian · Other Slavic languages
Religion
Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, Judaism, Sunni Islam
Related ethnic groups
Baltic Americans

Slavic Americans are Americans of Slavic descent. There are various subgroups of Slavic Americans, including

East Slavic Americans[edit]

South Slavic Americans[edit]

West Slavic Americans[edit]

Communities with large Slavic population ranked by percentage[edit]

Bulgaria Bulgarian [1][edit]

Croatia Croatian [2][edit]

Czech Republic Czech [3] [4][edit]

Russia Russian [5][edit]

Poland Polish [6] [7] [8] [9][edit]

Serbia Serbian [10][edit]

Ukraine Ukrainian [11][edit]

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