Ohio has the largest Hungarian population of any state, with 172,974 people identifying as Hungarian, which represents 1.47% of the total population. New Jersey and Pennsylvania have the second and third-largest Hungarian populations, respectively. In New Jersey, there are 91,447 people who identify as Hungarian, making up 0.99% of the state's population, while in Pennsylvania, the Hungarian population is 114,392, which accounts for 0.88% of the total population. Connecticut and Michigan round out the top five states with Hungarian populations, with percentages of 0.87% and 0.83%, respectively.
At the other end of the spectrum, Mississippi has the smallest Hungarian population, with only 1,643 individuals identifying as such, representing just 0.06% of the state's population. Arkansas has the second-smallest Hungarian population, with 2,410 individuals or 0.08% of the state's population, while Oklahoma has a Hungarian population of 4,287, accounting for 0.11% of the population. Texas, Iowa, and Louisiana have the next smallest Hungarian populations, each representing less than 0.13% of their respective state's populations.
|District of Columbia||2,719||0.4%|