Dutch Americans are most concentrated in Michigan, with 418,156 individuals of Dutch descent residing there, accounting for 4.17% of the state's population. South Dakota and Iowa follow closely behind, with 3.98% and 3.58% of their populations being of Dutch ancestry, respectively. Wisconsin and Oregon round out the top five, with Dutch Americans making up 2.19% and 1.69% of their populations, respectively.
On the other end of the spectrum, Louisiana has the smallest percentage of Dutch Americans, with only 0.37% of its population being of Dutch descent. Mississippi, Rhode Island, Hawaii, and Massachusetts also have relatively low percentages of Dutch Americans, each with less than 0.5% of their populations identifying as of Dutch ancestry. It is worth noting, however, that even states with relatively small percentages of Dutch Americans still have tens of thousands of individuals who trace their ancestry back to the Netherlands.
|District of Columbia||4,556||0.68%|