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A chart of the top reported ancestries in the US, as provided by the 2000 census. Shaded colour represents the largest number of respondents (a plurality) from sample. Areas with the largest "American" ancestry populations were mostly settled by Germans, English, French, Welsh, Scottish and Irish.

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