British American usually refers to Americans whose ancestral origin originates wholly or partly in the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). In the 2017 American Community Survey 1,891,234 individuals or 0.6% of the responses self-identified as British.[not in the source given] It is primarily a demographic or historical research category for people who have at least partial descent from peoples of Great Britain and the modern United Kingdom, i.e. English, Scottish, Welsh, Scotch-Irish, Manx and Cornish Americans.
|Self-identified as British|
1,891,234 (2017)[not in the source given]
0.6% of the total U.S. population.
Other estimates: 90,573,000[not in the source given]
23.3% of the total U.S. population
|Regions with significant populations|
|Throughout the entire United States except parts of the Midwest|
Predominantly in the South, Northeast and West regions.
|English (American English, British English), Goidelic languages, Scots, Welsh|
Mainly Protestant (especially Baptist, Congregationalist, Episcopalian, Methodist, Presbyterian and Quaker) and to a lesser extent Catholic, Latter-day Saint and Eastern or Oriental Orthodox
|Related ethnic groups|