Florida has the largest population of Bahamians in the US, with 32,535 individuals identifying as such, representing 0.14% of the state's population. Georgia has the second-largest population of Bahamians, with 5,216 individuals, or 0.05% of the state's population. The District of Columbia has the third-highest percentage of Bahamian residents at 0.02%, with a total of 131 individuals. Other states with significant Bahamian populations include Maryland (1,094), Nebraska (341), and South Carolina (669).
Several states have very small Bahamian populations, including Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Rhode Island, and Wyoming, all of which reported no Bahamian residents. In some states with larger populations, such as California and Texas, the percentage of Bahamian residents is relatively low, at 0.003% and 0.009%, respectively. Overall, the Bahamian American population is geographically dispersed across the United States, with sizable communities in several states but relatively small populations in many others.
|District of Columbia||131||0.02%|