Approximately 22% of Native Americans live on tribal lands or reservations. Living conditions on the reservations are sometimes comparable to Third World countries with employment, education, housing, health, alcoholism being a few social issues faced on reservations.
Besides residing on reservations, large numbers of Native Americans have migrated to metro areas. Approximately 70% of Native Americans live in metro areas. Metro areas with significant Native American populations include Minneapolis, Denver, Phoenix, Tucson, Chicago, Oklahoma City, Houston, New York City, Los Angeles, and Rapid City.
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*Native Americans consists of American Indians and Alaska Natives (NAIA) as defined by the US Census Bureau, which constitutes the North American Indigenous (C0154) and Inuit (C0097) People Group Clusters.
People Group Strategic Needs
The following pie charts reflect real-time current status of people groups. Hover over the charts/graphs and click on the pop-up window links to learn more about a specific people group.
PG* (People Group) is the largest group through which the gospel can flow without encountering significant barriers of understanding and acceptance.
UPG* (Unreached People Group) is when the percentage of evangelical Christians in the people group is less than 2 percent.
UUPG* (Unengaged Unreached People Group) is Unreached plus there is no intentional church planting strategy being implemented.
|Status||PG Name||Country Of Birth||IMB Affinity Group||Affinity Bloc||Primary Religion||Population Total|
|Tonkawa||United States||American Peoples||North American Peoples||Christianity||125|
|Kawaiisu||United States||American Peoples||North American Peoples||Ethnic Religions||60|
|Wappo||United States||American Peoples||North American Peoples||60|
|Chetco||United States||American Peoples||North American Peoples||Christianity||40|