The state with the highest percentage of Czech Americans is Nebraska, where they make up 3.95% of the population, followed by South Dakota with 1.84%, and Iowa with 1.55%. These three states have the largest populations of Czech Americans in absolute numbers, with 77,958, 16,962, and 49,618 individuals of Czech descent, respectively. Other states with sizable Czech American populations include North Dakota (1.47%), Minnesota (1.46%), and Wisconsin (1.38%).
In contrast, some states have relatively small populations of Czech Americans. Mississippi has the smallest percentage, with only 0.06% of its population having Czech ancestry. Louisiana (0.08%) and Alabama (0.09%) also have low percentages. However, even in these states, there are still over 1,700 people of Czech descent. Overall, while the distribution of Czech Americans across the US varies widely, they can be found in every state to some extent.
|District of Columbia||2,267||0.34%|