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Initially, the White population of Bermuda made up the majority of the island's indentured servants. This remained the case until black slaves were taken to the island, Free Blacks began to migrate to the island during the 17th century. Many Scots and Irish were also brought to the island as white slaves and made up large pockets of the population. In the 19th century the Black population surpassed the white majority. Black Bermudian remains the islands largest ethnic group.
The 2010 Bermudian Census found that White Bermudians accounted for 31% of the territory's total population, with a further 7% of Bermuda's population being of mixed African and European descent.
A majority of European Bermudians are foreign-born nationals. The most common place of birth for foreign-born White Bermudians are: the United Kingdom - 3,942 (or 6% of Bermudas total population), United States - 3,424 (6%), Canada - 2,235 (4%), Azores/Portugal - 1,574 (3%) and other European countries - 1,125 (2%).
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