Danish Americans are concentrated in specific states, with Utah having the highest percentage of Danish Americans at 4.2%, followed by Nebraska, South Dakota, Idaho, and Iowa, all with more than 1% of their population identifying as Danish. The total number of Danish Americans in these states ranges from 15,591 in South Dakota to 143,949 in Utah. Other states with notable populations of Danish Americans include Minnesota, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Washington, each with over 0.7% of their population identifying as Danish.
On the other hand, some states have relatively small populations of Danish Americans, with Louisiana having the smallest percentage at only 0.05%. Additionally, several populous states, such as California and Texas, have low percentages of Danish Americans, suggesting that they may not have significant Danish American communities. However, due to their large populations, these states still have substantial numbers of Danish Americans, with California having over 149,000 and Texas having over 47,000 Danish Americans.
|District of Columbia||1,744||0.26%|