Polish Americans are most heavily concentrated in the Upper Midwest and Northeast regions of the United States. Wisconsin has the largest Polish American population, with 481,126 people identifying as Polish, making up 8.15% of the state's population. Michigan follows closely behind with 784,200 people, or 7.82% of the state's population, identifying as Polish. Other states with significant Polish American populations include Connecticut (6.62%), Illinois (6.61%), Pennsylvania (5.86%), New Jersey (5.08%), and New York (4.44%).
Polish Americans are also present in smaller numbers throughout other regions of the country. In the West, California has the largest Polish American population, with 452,019 people, or 1.16% of the state's population, identifying as Polish. Texas also has a sizable Polish American population, with 287,928 people, or 0.94% of the state's population, identifying as Polish. In the South, Georgia has the largest Polish American population, with 108,837 people, or 0.99% of the state's population, identifying as Polish.
|District of Columbia||15,330||2.27%|