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The following is a list of Wikipedia:ethnic groups by population:[1]

List of ethnic groups in table[edit | edit source]

Rank Ethnic Group Population Date Annual Growth Rate Region(s) with
largest populations
Regions with
significant populations
Languages spoken Most Common Religions
and Philosophies
1 Han Chinese 1,310,158,851 December 31, 2011 0-1% Mainland China,
SARs, Taiwan, Singapore
Wikipedia:Southeast Asia, United States, Canada, Peru, others Chinese languages}}, English[2] Wikipedia:Confucianism, Wikipedia:Chinese Communism, Wikipedia:Chinese folk religion, Buddhism, Wikipedia:Taoism, Christianity
2 Bengali people 350,000,000 2008 ~1% Bangladesh,
India,
Pakistan
Burma, Pakistan,
United Kingdom, United States,
Persian Gulf countries
Bengali, English, Hindi/Urdu Islam, Hinduism
3/4 German people 150,000,000[3] 2010 0-1% Germany,
United States
Wikipedia:Austria, Brazil, Canada, other German, English, Portuguese, Spanish Wikipedia:Lutheranism, Roman Catholicism, Humanism
3/4 Russian people 150,000,000[4] (2010) 0% Russia,
Eastern Europe
Wikipedia:Central Asia, United States Russian, Ukrainian Wikipedia:Russian Orthodoxy,}}
5 Italian people 145,000,000[5] 2011 0-1% Italy,
Brazil,
Argentina,
United States,
Canada,
Australia,
Uruguay,
Venezuela
France, Germany, Wikipedia:Switzerland, United Kingdom Italian, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Humanism
6 Punjabi people 143,000,000 1-2% Pakistan,
India
United Kingdom, United States, Canada Punjabi, Hindi/Urdu, English Sunni Islam, Sikhism, Hinduism
7 Mexican people 142,000,000 1-2% Mexico United States Spanish, English Roman Catholicism
8 Yamato people 120,000,000 <0% Japan Brazil, United States Japanese Wikipedia:Shintoism, Wikipedia:Buddhism, Wikipedia:Humanism
9 French people 110,000,000 0-1% France,
United States,
Canada
United Kingdom, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Wikipedia:Chile, other parts of Wikipedia:Europe French, English Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Humanism
10/11 Spanish people[6] 100,000,000 0-1% Spain, Latin America Wikipedia:Equatorial Guinea, the Wikipedia:Philippines, the U.S., continental Wikipedia:Europe Spanish languages, Portuguese, English, French, German Roman Catholicism
10/11 Tamil people 100,000,000[7] 2005 1-2% Tamil Nadu (India), Pondicherry (India), other parts of India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore Arab states
of the Persian Gulf
, Myanmar, United States, Canada, Australia, Wikipedia:Mauritius, Wikipedia:Réunion (France), South Africa, United Kingdom,}} and other parts of Wikipedia:Europe
Tamil, English, Hindi, Sinhala, Arwi, Malay, French, Afrikaans Wikipedia:Hinduism (Wikipedia:Shaivism), Islam, Christianity, Atheism
12 Telugu people 92,000,000[8] 29 June 2011 1-2% Andhra Pradesh (India), other parts of India United Kingdom, United States and Canada Telugu, English, Hindi, Urdu Wikipedia:Hinduism, Wikipedia:Sunni Islam, Wikipedia:Roman Catholicism, Wikipedia:Protestantism
13 English people 90,000,000 0-1% United Kingdom, United States Canada, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland English Wikipedia:Anglicanism, Protestantism, Wikipedia:Humanism, Catholicism
14 Javanese people 85,000,000 2009 (Indonesian census) 1-2% Indonesia Malaysia, Wikipedia:Netherlands, Wikipedia:Suriname Javanese, Bahasa Indonesia Sunni Islam, Hinduism
15 Persian people 81,000,000[9][10] 2011 1-2% Iran Afghanistan, Tajikistan Farsi Shia Islam, Wikipedia:Sunni Islam, Zoroastrianism
16/17 Irish people 80,000,000[11] 0-1% United States United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Canada, other regions English Roman Catholicism, Protestantism
16/17 Korean people 80,000,000 (est.)[12] 0-1% South Korea, North Korea Wikipedia:People's Republic of China, United States, Japan Korean, English Confucianism, Wikipedia:North Korean communism,}} Christianity
18 Pardo Brazilians 79,782,000 (est.)[13] 2010 1-2% Brazil Paraguay Brazilian Portugese Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Wikipedia:Kardecist Spiritism
19 Vietnamese people 77,000,000[14] (2008 est.) 1-2% Vietnam Cambodia, United States, France Vietnamese, English, French Mahayana Buddhism, Communism, Christianity, Wikipedia:Confucianism
20/21 Marathi people 70,000,000-
80,000,000 (estimate)
1-2% India United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Wikipedia:Mauritius Marathi, Hindi, English Wikipedia:Hinduism, Wikipedia:Vaishnavism, Wikipedia:Shaivism
20/21 Turkish people 70,000,000 1-2% Turkey Germany, Iraq, Algeria, Syria Turkish Sunni Islam, Shia Alevi Islam, Wikipedia:Kemalism
22 Gujarati people 65,000,000-
75,000,000
1-2% India United Kingdom, United States, Canada, South Africa Gujarati, Hindi Hinduism, Sunni Islam
23 Polish people 60,000,000[15] ~0.1% Poland, United States Germany, Brazil Polish, English, German Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Wikipedia:Humanism
24 Malayali people 50,000,000 15 April 2012 1-2% Kerala, other parts of India Wikipedia:Arab states of the Persian Gulf, United States, United Kingdom, Canada Malayalam, English, Hindi Wikipedia:Hinduism, Wikipedia:Sunni Islam, Wikipedia:Catholicism, Wikipedia:Protestantism

List of ethnic groups[edit | edit source]

  1. Han- 1.3 billion
  2. Wikipedia: Arabs- 430 million
  3. Bengali- 350 million
  4. Wikipedia:Russian people- 150 million
  5. German- 150 million (81m with German citizenship)
  6. Wikipedia:Italian people- 145 million (60m with Italian citizenship)
  7. Wikipedia:Punjabi people- 143 million
  8. Wikipedia:Yamato people- 120+ million
  9. Wikipedia:French people- 110 million (65m with French citizenship)
  10. Wikipedia:Spanish people- 100 million (47m with Spanish citizenship)
  11. Wikipedia:English people- 90 million (52m with British citizenship)
  12. Wikipedia:Javanese people- 85 million
  13. Wikipedia:Persian people- 81 million
  14. Wikipedia:Irish people- 80 million
  15. Wikipedia:Korean people- 80 million
  16. Wikipedia:Telugu people- 78 million
  17. Wikipedia:Tamil people- 77 million
  18. Wikipedia:Vietnamese people - 77 million
  19. Wikipedia:Marathi people- 70-80 million
  20. Wikipedia:Turkish people- 75 million
  21. Wikipedia:Thai people- 70 million
  22. Wikipedia:Gujarati people- 65-75 million
  23. Kannada people- 65-75 milion
  24. Wikipedia:Pashtun people- 60 million
  25. Wikipedia:Sindhi people- 56 million
  26. Wikipedia:Poles- 50-60 million
  27. Wikipedia:Malayali people- 50 million
  28. Wikipedia:Ukrainian people- 40-60 million
  29. Wikipedia:Scottish people- 40 million
  30. Wikipedia:Portuguese people- 31.1 million
  31. Wikipedia:Oriyas- 31 million
  32. Wikipedia:Sundanese people - 30.9 million
  33. Wikipedia:Kurdish people- 30-38million
  34. Wikipedia:Oromo people- 30 million
  35. Wikipedia:Bamar people(Burmese)- 30 million
  36. Wikipedia:Berber people- 30 million
  37. Wikipedia:Ethnic Malays- 27.8 million
  38. Wikipedia:Romanians- 23-26 million
  39. Somalis- 20-22 million
  40. Wikipedia:Amhara people- 19.8 million23
  41. Wikipedia:Dutch people- 16 million
  42. Wikipedia:Kazakh people - 15 million
  43. Wikipedia:Sinhalese people- 15 million
  44. Wikipedia:Greeks- 14-17+ million
  45. Wikipedia:Magyar- 14-15 million
  46. Wikipedia:Swedes- 14 million
  47. Wikipedia:Armenians- 11-14 million (including those in Diaspora)
  48. Wikipedia:Seraikis- 13.9 million
  49. Wikipedia:Jews- 13.4 million
  50. Wikipedia:Norwegians- 12 million
  51. Wikipedia:Czechs- 11-12 million
  52. Wikipedia:Quechuas- 10-11 million
  53. Wikipedia:Khmer people- 10,942,066
  54. Wikipedia:Zulu people- 10.65 million
  55. Wikipedia:Serbs- 10.5 million
  56. Wikipedia:Kongo people- 10.2 million
  57. Wikipedia:Belarusians- 10 million
  58. Wikipedia:Lao people- 10 million
  59. Wikipedia:Bulgarians- 9-10 million
  60. Wikipedia:Welsh people- 10 million
  61. Bantenese- 6 million
  62. Wikipedia:Croats- 8.5 million
  63. Wikipedia:Mon people- 8.145 million
  64. Wikipedia:Xhosa people- 7.9 million
  65. Wikipedia:Albanians- 7 million
  66. Wikipedia:Danes- 7 million
  67. Wikipedia:Maya people- 7 million
  68. Wikipedia:Madurese people- 6.8 million
  69. Wikipedia:Finns- 6.5 million
  70. Wikipedia:Slovaks- 6-6.5 million
  71. Wikipedia:Batak- 6 million
  72. Bugis- 6 million
  73. Wikipedia:Minangkabau people- 6 million
  74. Wikipedia:Tibetan people- 5.5-6 million
  75. Wikipedia:Betawi people- 5 million
  76. Wikipedia:Tharu people- 4.1 million
  77. Wikipedia:Hindkowans- 4 million
  78. Wikipedia:Lithuanians - 4 million
  79. Wikipedia:Bosniaks- 3.5 million
  80. Wikipedia:Acehnese people- 3.5 million
  81. Wikipedia:Banjar people- 3.5 million
  82. Wikipedia:Bretons- 3.4 million
  83. Wikipedia:Balinese people- 3 million
  84. Sasak- 3 million
  85. Wikipedia:Kapampangan people- 2.89 million
  86. Wikipedia:Nahua people- 2.5 million
  87. Wikipedia:Slovenes- 2.5 million
  88. Macedonian people (Slavic)- 2-2.5 million
  89. Wikipedia:Romani people- 2-12 million
  90. Wikipedia:Kamboj- 1.877 million
  91. Wikipedia:Latvians - 1.8 million
  92. Wikipedia:Polynesians- 1.4-2.1 million
  93. Wikipedia:Estonians - 1.1 million
  94. Wikipedia:Zapotec people- 800,000-1.1 million
  95. Wikipedia:Montenegrins- 500,000-700,000
  96. Wikipedia:Fijians- 750,000
  97. Wikipedia:Saurashtra people- 510,000
  98. Wikipedia:Mazahua people- 350,000
  99. Wikipedia:Navajo people- 300,000
  100. Wikipedia:Otomi people- 300,000
  101. Wikipedia:Miskito people- 150,000-200,000
  102. Wikipedia:Inuit people- 150,000
  103. Lun Bawang/Lun Dayeh- 75 000
  104. Wikipedia:Apache people- 56,000
  105. Wikipedia:Nauruan people- ~6,000

List of main panethnicities by population[edit | edit source]

The following is a list of the main panethnicities by population:

Rank Panethnicity Population Date % of world
population
Annual Growth Rate Region(s) with largest populations Regions with significant populations Languages spoken Most common Religions and Philosophies Constituent Groups Basis for Grouping
1 Latin Americans 572,039,894 1-2% Latin America United States, Spain Spanish, Portuguese Wikipedia:Roman Catholicism, Wikipedia:Protestantism Culture, Religion, Language Geography
2 Hispanic Americans 375,607,614 1-2% Latin America United States, Spain Spanish, Portuguese Wikipedia:Roman Catholicism, Wikipedia:Protestantism Language, Culture, Geography, Religion
2 Austronesian peoples 327,000,000 1-2% Maritime Southeast Asia United States, Netherlands Wikipedia:Austronesian languages including Indonesian, Malaysian, Tagalog; others Islam, Wikipedia:Roman Catholicism Geography, Language
3 Slavs 315,000,000 0-1% Eastern Europe Central Asia, United States, others Wikipedia:Slavic languages: Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Bulgarian; English, French Wikipedia:Russian Orthodox Christianity, Wikipedia:Eastern Orthodox Christianity, others Culture, Language, Religion, Geography
4 Arabs 300,000,000 1-2% North Africa, Mashriq, Arabian Peninsula France, United States, United Kingdom Arabic, English, French Wikipedia:Sunni Islam, Wikipedia:Coptic Christianity, Wikipedia:Shia Islam, other Language, Religion, Culture

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. *N.B.: The population numbers for the ethnic groups are taken from the respective ethnic group articles, which contain sources supporting those numbers.
  2. "Ganbei!! China Embraces English Language". Ganbei!! China Embraces English Language. ABC News with Diane Sawyer. http://abcnews.go.com/WN/China/china-pushes-english-language/story?id=12154435#.T26YNjFmIsc. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
  3. Germans and foreigners with an immigrant background. 156 is the estimate which counts all people claiming ethnic German ancestry in the U.S., Brazil, Argentina, and elsewhere.
  4. Ана?ол?ев, Се?гей (September 29, 2003). "Нас 150 миллионов Немного. А могло б??? мен??е.". russkie.org. http://www.russkie.org/index.php?module=fullitem&id=4194. Retrieved February 20, 2012. 
  5. In 2011 in the world there were 60 million Italians living in Italy and 4 million Italians living outside Italy (Fondazione Migrantes:"Rapporto Italiani nel Mondo 2011" p.8 (in Italian)) and approximately 81 million direct descendants of Italian emigrants(Statistics of Italian emigration from the Catholic Church (in Italian))
  6. The term "Wikipedia:Spanish people", or "Spaniards", includes several subnational ethnic groups, like the Andalusians, Castilians, Basques, Catalans, Galicians, and others.
  7. "Top 30 Languages by Number of Native Speakers: sourced from Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 15th ed. (2005)", Vistawide ?? World Languages & Cultures, http://www.vistawide.com/languages/top_30_languages.htm, retrieved 3 April 2007 
  8. "Telugu People around the world". Telugu People around the world. Friends of Telugu. http://www.friendsoftelugu.org/UCB/index.php/telugu-people-stats. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
  9. United States Central Intelligence Agency(CIA) (April 28, 2011). "The World Fact Book - Iran". CIA. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ir.html. Retrieved May 15, 2011. 
  10. Library of Congress, Library of Congress – Federal Research Division. "Ethnic Groups and Languages of Iran". http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/profiles/Iran.pdf. Retrieved 2009-12-02.
  11. "The island history". Did you know?. DiscoverIreland.com. http://www.discoverireland.com/us/about-ireland/history/. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
  12. Wikipedia:Korean Peninsula (50 million + 24 million) + Wikipedia:Korean diaspora (6.8 million)
  13. Estudos Avançados - Pode a genética definir quem deve se beneficiar das cotas universitárias e demais ações afirmativas?
  14. [https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/vm.html CIA - The World Factbook - Vietnam
  15. ?wiat Polonii, witryna Stowarzyszenia Wspólnota Polska: ??Polacy za granic?? (Polish people abroad as per summary by ?wiat Polonii, internet portal of the Polish Association Wspólnota Polska)

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