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2021 ACS
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13. What is this person's ancestry or ethnic origin?

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(For example: Italian, Jamaican, African Am., Cambodian, Cape Verdean, Norwegian, Dominican, French Canadian, Haitian, Korean, Lebanese, Polish, Nigerian, Mexican, Taiwanese, Ukrainian, and so on.)


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2016 ACS
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13. What is this person's ancestry or ethnic origin?

_______________________________

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(For example: Italian, Jamaican, African Am., Cambodian, Cape Verdean, Norwegian, Dominican, French Canadian, Haitian, Korean, Lebanese, Polish, Nigerian, Mexican, Taiwanese, Ukrainian, and so on.)

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13. Print the ancestry group(s). Ancestry refers to the person's ethnic origin or descent, "roots," or heritage. Ancestry also may refer to the country of birth of the person or the person's parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States. Answer this question for ALL persons, regardless of race, Hispanic origin, or place of birth.
Do not report a religious group as a person's ancestry.
Persons who have more than one origin and cannot identify with a single ancestry group may report two ancestry groups (for example, German, Irish).

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2011 ACS
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13. What is this person's ancestry or ethnic origin?

_______________________________

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(For example: Italian, Jamaican, African Am., Cambodian, Cape Verdean, Norwegian, Dominican, French Canadian, Haitian, Korean, Lebanese, Polish, Nigerian, Mexican, Taiwanese, Ukrainian, and so on.)

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13.Print the ancestry group(s). Ancestry refers to the person's ethnic origin or descent, "roots," or heritage. Ancestry also may refer to the country of birth of the person or the person's parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States. Answer this question for ALL persons, regardless of citizenship status.

Do not report a religious group as a person's ancestry.

Persons who have more than one origin and cannot identify with a single ancestry group may report two ancestry groups (for example, German, Irish).


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2006 ACS
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13. What is this person's ancestry or ethnic origin?

_______________________________

_______________________________

(For example: Italian, Jamaican, African Am., Cambodian, Cape Verdean, Norwegian, Dominican, French Canadian, Haitian, Korean, Lebanese, Polish, Nigerian, Mexican, Taiwanese, Ukrainian, and so on.)

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12.Print the ancestry group(s). Ancestry refers to the person's ethnic origin or descent, "roots," or heritage. Ancestry also may refer to the country of birth of the person or the person's parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States. Answer this question for ALL persons, regardless of citizenship status.

Persons who have more than one origin and cannot identify with a single ancestry group may report two ancestry groups (for example, German-Irish). Do not report a religious group as a person's ancestry.


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2000 1%
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(For example: Italian, Jamaican, African Am., Cambodian, Cape Verdean, Norwegian, Dominican, French Canadian, Haitian, Korean, Lebanese, Polish, Nigerian, Mexican, Taiwanese, Ukrainian, and so on.)

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1990 1%
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13. What is this person’s ancestry or ethnic origin?

(See instruction guide for further information.)

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(For example: German, Italian, Afro-Amer., Croatian, Cape Verdean, Dominican, Ecuadorean, Haitian, Cajun, French Canadian, Jamaican, Korean, Lebanese, Mexican, Nigerian, Irish, Polish, Slovak, Taiwanese, Thai, Ukranian, etc.)

Print the ancestry group. Ancestry refers to the person’s ethnic origin or descent, roots, or heritage. Ancestry also may refer to the country of birth of the person or the person’s parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States. Allpersons, regardless of citizenship status, should answer this question. Persons who have more than one origin and cannot identify with a single ancestry group may report two ancestry groups (for example, German-Irish). Be specific. For example, print whether West Indian, Asian Indian, or American Indian. West Indian includes persons whose ancestors came from Jamaica, Trinidad, Haiti, etc. Distinguish Cape Verdean from Portuguese; French Canadian from Canadian; and Dominican Republic from Dominica Island. A religious group should not be reported as a person’s ancestry.

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1980 1%
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14. What is this person's ancestry? If uncertain about how to report ancestry, see instruction guide.

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(For example: Afro-Amer., English, French, German, Honduran, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Jamaican, Korean, Lebanese, Mexican, Nigerian, Polish, Ukrainian, Venezuelan, etc.)

"Print the ancestry group with which the person identifies. Ancestry (or origin or descent ) may be viewed as the nationality group, the lineage, or the country in which the person or the person's parents or ancestors were born before their arrival in the United States. Persons who are of more than one origin and who cannot identify with a single group should print their multiple ancestry (for example, German - Irish). Be specific; for example, if ancestry is "Indian," specify whether American Indian, Asian Indian, or West Indian. Distinguish Cape Verdean from Portuguese, and French Canadian from Canadian. A religious group should not be reported as a person's ancestry."