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Top 10 Most Native-American U.S. States

Name the states with the highest percentage of people who report their race as Native American.
For 2016. According to the Census Bureau
Does not include native Hawaiians
Last updated: September 12, 2018
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State
14.6
Alaska
9.33
New Mexico
8.94
South Dakota
7.59
Oklahoma
6.35
Montana
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State
5.49
North Dakota
4.42
Arizona
2.25
Wyoming
1.58
Idaho
1.30
Washington
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level 54
Aug 20, 2017
Great Quiz! Just could not think Alaska..
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level 46
Jan 9, 2018
;(
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level 67
Jan 25, 2018
Was surprised that Oklahoma (i.e. "Indian Territory") was not #1.
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level 31
Mar 5, 2018
It makes a little since why because the state has 4 million people and all the other states above Oklahoma have under a million people except For New Mexico with just above 2 million
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level 59
Mar 5, 2018
And Arizona just under 7 mio?!?! :D
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level 32
Mar 5, 2018
I was surprised because I thought that I typed it, but apparently not.
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level 63
Mar 5, 2018
Are Inuits counted for Alaska?
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level 73
Mar 5, 2018
Yeah, why wouldn't they be?
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level 67
Mar 6, 2018
People usually don't think of them as indians. Many people count eskimos as a separate group of people since they have a different culture and are separated by a large amount of land.
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level 73
Mar 7, 2018
It's not as if all the different tribes south of the Canadian border have the same culture or live in the same place.
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level 63
Mar 10, 2018
I'm Metis, Inuit is most definitely considered Native American. Each tribe has cultural differences, some were historically wanderers who followed their migrating food sources, some had more permanent shelters, not all tribes lived in teepees, some lived closer to water thus they fished rather than follow migrating herds. if we didn't we'd all be one big tribe.
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level 50
Mar 5, 2018
I was a bit surprised to not see Minnesota on the list.
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level 71
Mar 5, 2018
According to Wikipedia (not the same source as used for this quiz), MN is tied for 16th (with Colorado) at 1.1%: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Native_Americans_in_the_United_States
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level 49
Mar 5, 2018
yeah I guessed Minnesota before the hardest one that I got last which was middle of the pack state that started with M ;)
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level 74
Mar 5, 2018
Would be interesting to see the same quiz before the Indian Removal Act of 1830.
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level 73
Mar 5, 2018
The Carolinas would almost certainly make it. I was a bit surprised that North Carolina doesn't still.
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level 52
Mar 5, 2018
Fun quiz.
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level 34
Mar 5, 2018
I was thinking ¨Washington... nah.¨
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level 59
Mar 5, 2018
Where does Hawaii come in?
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level 71
Mar 5, 2018
Given that the quiz description says "Does not include native Hawaiians," I'm gonna guess pretty low.
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level 39
Jul 12, 2018
I would guess that Hawaiians would fit in genetically more with people from Fiji, Palau, Indonesia, New Zealand and Malaysia than with Native Americans.