The largest Serbian American community is in Illinois, where 24,530 people identify as Serbian, representing 0.19% of the state's population. Ohio has the second-largest community with 17,283 individuals, accounting for 0.15% of the state's population. Wisconsin has the third-largest community, with 8,298 Serbians, representing 0.14% of the state's population. Indiana and Pennsylvania complete the top five states with Serbian communities, with 9,509 and 17,049 Serbians respectively.
On the other hand, there are several states with small Serbian American populations. Mississippi has the smallest community, with only 103 individuals identifying as Serbian, representing just 0.0035% of the state's population. Oklahoma has the second-smallest community, with 273 individuals, accounting for 0.0067% of the state's population. Rhode Island, Louisiana, and Alabama also have very small Serbian American populations, with 79, 380, and 445 individuals respectively. In general, while the largest Serbian American communities are concentrated in the Midwest and East Coast, there are small Serbian communities scattered throughout the United States.
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