Native Americans*



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.


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StatusPG Name Country Of Birth IMB Affinity Group Affinity Bloc Primary Religion Population Total
 
KoasatiUnited StatesAmerican PeoplesNorth American PeoplesChristianity2,390
KoyukonUnited StatesAmerican PeoplesNorth American PeoplesChristianity2,300
Kutchin, GwichinUnited StatesAmerican PeoplesNorth American PeoplesChristianity - Other / Marginal1,100
KutenaiUnited StatesAmerican PeoplesNorth American PeoplesChristianity1,065