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Yugoslav Americans are Americans of full or partial Yugoslav ancestry. In the 2013 Community Survey, there were 291,045 people who indicated Yugoslav or Yugoslav American as their ethnic origin; an 11.4% decrease from the 2000 Census when there were over 328,000. or 0.1% of the total US population.
The number of American people whose origins were in The Former Yugoslavia, many of whom indicated some specific origin was 1,284,144.
The numbers of Americans whose origins are in The Former Yugoslavia, are as follows:
- Bosnian Americans: 121,938
- Croatian Americans: 414,714
- Macedonian Americans: 61,332
- Montenegrin Americans: 24,112
- Serbian Americans: 199,080
- Slovenian Americans: 171,923
- Yugoslav Americans: 291,045
- Results American Fact Finder (US Census Bureau) "2013 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates" Check
|url=value (help). American Community Survey 2013. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2016-06-16.
- David Wallechinsky; Irving Wallace. "People, Races, Ethnicity in the U.S. Yugoslav Americans Part 1". Trivia-Library.com. David Wallechinsky & Irving Wallace. Retrieved 14 June 2017.
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