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Israeli  ancestry map The above map shows U.S. cities with the highest percentages of people of Israeli ancestry. Move your mouse over points on the map to see city names and percentages, and to link to in-depth community information.

ISRAELI

In the 2000 census, 106,839 people in the U.S. claimed Israeli ancestry.

ePodunk mapped the top communities by percentage of population. The map and the following list show communities in which 1,000 or more people listed an ancestry group, and in which at least 1 percent of those people said they were Israeli.

The links at left lead to information on other races and ethnicities.

Community Place type% Israeli
Kensington, NYvillage6.2
Great Neck Estates, NYvillage4.7
Golden Beach, FLtown4.4
Oak Park, CApopulated place4.4
Lawrence, NYvillage4.1
Saratoga Springs, UTtown4.1
Kaser, NYvillage3.7
Wesley Hills, NYvillage3.6
Deal, NJborough3.3
Monsey, NYpopulated place2.8
Woodmere, NYpopulated place2.7
Kiryas Joel, NYvillage2.6
Fair Lawn, NJborough2.5
Aventura, FLcity2.4
Great Neck, NYvillage2.3
Russell Gardens, NYvillage2.1
Kings Point, NYvillage1.9
New Square, NYvillage1.8
Ojus, FLpopulated place1.7
Sunny Isles Beach, FLcity1.7
East Hills, NYvillage1.6
Beachwood, OHcity1.6
Beverly Hills, CAcity1.5
Roslyn Heights, NYpopulated place1.5
Closter, NJborough1.4
Pepper Pike, OHcity1.4
Plainview, NYpopulated place1.4
University Gardens, NYpopulated place1.4
Tenafly, NJborough1.3
Hewlett Harbor, NYvillage1.2
Lake Success, NYvillage1.2
Hartsville, TNtown1.2
Oakhurst, NJpopulated place1.2
Orange, OHvillage1.1
Viola, NYpopulated place1.1
Port Washington North, NYvillage1.1
Ardsley, NYvillage1.1
University Heights, IAcity1.0

Sources: 2000 Census, U.S. Census Bureau; Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, ed. Stephan Thernstrom; Ancestry: 2000, U.S. Census Bureau (June 2004); ePodunk

Mapping by Daniel Shorter


-- October 2005

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