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Slovenes/Slovenies
Slovenci
Total population
c. 2.5 million[1]
Regions wi signeeficant populations
Slovenie Slovenie 1,800.000[1]
Banner o Unitit States Unitit States 178,415 [2][3]
Banner o Argentinae Argentinae 30,000 (est.) [1][4]
Banner o Italy Italy 83,000 – 100,000 (est.) [1][4]
Banner o Germany Germany 50,000 (2003) [5]
Banner o Canadae Canadae 35,940 (2006) [6]
Banner o Australie Australie 20,000 – 25,000 (2008) [7]
Banner o Austrick Austrick 24,855 [8]
Banner o Fraunce Fraunce 4,000(est.) [5][9]
Banner o Croatie Croatie 13,173 (2001) [10]
Banner o Serbie Serbie 5,104 (2002) [11][deid airtin]
Banner o Swaden Swaden 4,000 [5]
Banner o Hungary Hungary 3,025 (2001) [12]
Banner o Uruguay Uruguay 2,000 – 3,000 (est.) [5]
Banner o Swisserland Swisserland 2,433 [13]
Banner o Bosnie an Herzegovinae Bosnie an Herzegovinae 2,100 (1991) [14]
Banner o Netherlands Netherlands 1,000 – 2,000 (est.) [15][deid airtin]
Banner o Belgium Belgium 1,500 (est.) [5]
Banner o Brazil Brazil 1,500 (est.) [5]
Banner o Venezuela Venezuela 1,000 (est.) [5]
Banner o Spain Spain 758 (2007) [16][deid airtin]
Banner o Montenegro Montenegro 415 [17]
Banner o Republic o Macedonie Macedonie 403 (1994) [5]
Banner o Norawa Norawa 286 (2009) [18]
Banner o Chile Chile 200 (est.) [5]
Banner o Republic o Ireland Ireland 130 (2011) [19]
Banner o Sooth Africae Sooth Africae 100 (est.) [5]
Leids

Slovene

Releegion

Predominantly Roman Catholic, Protestant

Sib ethnic groups

Ither Slavs, especially ither Sooth Slavs
Croats, Serbs, Bosniaks an Montenegrins are the maist related[20]

The Slovenes, Slovene fowk, Slovenies, or Slovenie fowk (Slovenie: 'Slovenci', /sloˈʋeːntsi/, dual Slovenca, singular Slovenec, feminine Slovenke, dual Slovenki, singular Slovenka) are the northmaist Sooth Slavic ethnic group livin in historical Slovene launds, surroondit bi German-speakin Austrians on the north, Italian-speakin an Friulan-speakin neebours on wast, Hungarian-speakin population on east, an Croatie-speakin Slavic relatives on sooth. The leid the Slovenes speak is Slovene, a Sooth Slavic eid wi significant similarities tae the Wast Slavic leids. The Slovenes live mainly in Slovenie an as a recognisit minority in Austrick, Croatie, Hungary, an Italy, whaur they in the latter three kintras are indigenous. Expatriates live mainly in ither European kintras an in the Unitit States, Canadae, Argentinae an Australie.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

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  2. 2002 Community Survey
  3. Angela Brittingham; G. Patrizia de la Cruz (June 2006). "Ancestry: 2000 (Census 2000 Brief)" (PDF). United States Census 2000. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved 1 June 2008. 
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  6. Ethnic Origin (247), Single and Multiple Ethnic Origin Responses (3) and Sex (3) for the Population of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2006 Census – 20% Sample Data
  7. Lucija Horvat (6 February 2008). "Zavest o slovenskih koreninah". Spletna Demokracija (in Slovene). Retrieved 10 April 2008. 
  8. "Tabelle 5: Bevölkerung nach Umgangssprache und Staatsangehörigkeit" (PDF). Volkszählung 2001: Hauptergebnisse I – Österreich (in German). Statistik Austria. 2002. Retrieved 2 June 2008. 
  9. Présentation de la Slovénie – Données générales -Ministère des Affaires étrangères
  10. "Population by ethnicity, by towns/municipalities". Republic of Croatia: Census 2001. Croatian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 1 June 2008. 
  11. "Final results of the Census 2001: Population by national or ethnic groups, gender and age groups in the Republic of Serbia, by municipalities" (PDF). Communication (Republic Statistical Office of Serbia) 295 (LII). 24 December 2002. ISSN 0353-9555. Retrieved 1 June 2008. [deid airtin]
  12. "Population by mother tongue and main age groups, 1910–1941, 1970–2001". Population Census 2001. Hungarian Central Statistical Office. 2004. Retrieved 1 June 2008. 
  13. Bericht 2006
  14. Numbers in 1991
  15. [1][deid airtin]
  16. [2][deid airtin]
  17. Montenegrin 2003 census -
  18. Statistics Norway – 2009 Census
  19. "Persons usually resident and present in the State on Census Night, classified by nationality and age group". Central Statistics Office. Retrieved 28 June 2021. 
  20. "Ethnologue – South Slavic languages". ethnologue.com. Retrieved 8 February 2011.