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Nearly 300,000 Cambodians in US

Nearly 300,000 Cambodians in US

There are now 238,943 Cambodian-Americans living in the United States, according

to the U.S. Census Bureau statistics released in September. The largest Cambodian

communities are in California (86,700), Massachusetts (22,106), Washington (13,055)

and Texas (11,646). Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, Rhode Island, and

Georgia have populations under 10,000, but over 5,000. The census reported that the

median Cambodian-American family income was $47,000.

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