Where Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Communities are growing
Honolulu, HAWAII — There were nearly 1.6 million Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders living in American states in 2018, up nearly 19% since 2010, according to U.S. Census estimates released Thursday.
The biggest numbers lived in Honolulu and Hawaii counties, but there were more living in Los Angeles County than Maui and Kauai counties combined.
Clark County, Nevada — home to Las Vegas — was home to the fifth-largest community of Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders in the U.S. The data excludes U.S. territories like Guam and American Samoa.
Top 25 U.S. Counties With The Biggest Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Communities in 2018
Data includes people who identified with a single race or a combination of races, and includes only U.S. states and excludes territories such as Guam and American Samoa.
|1||Honolulu County, Hawaii||245,043|
|2||Hawaii County, Hawaii||70,910|
|3||Los Angeles County, California||67,730|
|4||Maui County, Hawaii||47,195|
|5||Clark County, Nevada||38,176|
|6||San Diego County, California||37,529|
|7||Sacramento County, California||31,128|
|8||King County, Washington||30,598|
|9||Alameda County, California||27,163|
|10||Salt Lake County, Utah||26,639|