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Countries with Russian Expatriates

Which countries outside of Russia have the most ethnic Russians?
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Quiz by Jerry928
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Last updated: July 12, 2016
First submittedAugust 23, 2015
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number
country
8,300,000
Ukraine
4,500,000
Kazakhstan
3,100,000
United States
1,600,000
Uzbekistan
1,213,000
Germany
800,000
Belarus
600,000
Kyrgyzstan
570,000
Latvia
370,000
Moldova
339,000
Israel
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country
310,000
Estonia
300,000
Turkmenistan
200,000
France
200,000
Brazil
180,000
Lithuania
140,000
Azerbaijan
100,000
Canada
68,000
Tajikistan
68,000
Georgia
68,000
Australia
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Level 45
Sep 7, 2015
You have misplaced Germany and Uzbekistan when it comes to population :)
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Level 26
Sep 17, 2015
Wow, the Russians do not go very far when they move
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Level 38
Sep 18, 2015
Most of those didn't move... at least not recently. Many of them were born and raised in those neighboring countries when they were still part of the Soviet Union.
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Level 34
Jul 13, 2016
That's why I was suprised Poland wasn't there, since it was a part of Russia for a fairly long time.
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Level 75
Feb 12, 2017
That was before Soviet Union, and also before Poland "moved" west.
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Level 55
Sep 23, 2015
Not Armenia?
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Level 32
Jul 13, 2016
This is just the USSR and a few others.. pretty easy for me.
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Level 78
Jul 16, 2016
yeah... basically just guess every country in the CIS except Armenia. The one country in the world everyone wants to immigrate to. The two biggest countries in Europe. The one biggest in South America. +Israel, Canada, and Australia... done.
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Level 27
Jun 25, 2018
Also minus Georgia.
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Level 78
Nov 12, 2018
Georgia is there
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Level 59
Jul 13, 2016
18/20, missed Israel and Brazil. Surprised to see Israel but not Armenia or Poland.