Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Expats: Americans Leaving the US in Droves

The list below is of the main countries hosting American populations. Those shown first with exact counts are enumerations of Americans who have immigrated to those countries and are legally resident there, and does not necessarily include temporary expatriates (the number of Americans resident in Mexico, for example, is believed to be well over one million). In all other cases, starting with Israel, the figures are estimates of part-time US resident Americans and expatriates alike.

As of 2009, there are over 6 million non-military U.S. citizens living abroad., an increase from the 4 million estimated in 1999.

Keep in mind that these numbers are not the latest so the actual numbers of Americans getting the fuck out of this corporate gangland trash polluted heap is continuing to grow. 


  1.  Mexico - 738,203 (2010)
  2.  Canada - 311,215 (2011)
  3.  United Kingdom - 158,434 (2001)
  4.  Germany - 101,643 (2011)
  5.  France - 100,619 (2008)
  6.  Brazil - 98,000 up to 350,000 (See also Confederados, descendants of post-war Confederate settlers in Brazil)
  7.  Japan - 88,000 (2011)
  8.  Australia - 83,996 (2010)
  9.  China - 71,493 (2010, Mainland China only)
  10.  New Zealand - 17,748 (2006)
  11.  Sweden - 16,555 (2009)
  12.  Netherlands - 14,100 (2000)
  13.  Ireland - 12,475 (2006)
  14.  Denmark - 8,651 (2012)
  15.  Norway - 8,013 (2012)
  16.  Portugal - 2,228 (2008)
  17. Israel Israel - 185,000
  18.  Italy - 170,000 to 200,000
  19.  Philippines - over 300,000
  20.  Spain - 63,362
  21.  Dominican Republic - 82,000
  22.  South Korea - 67,000
  23.  Colombia - 60,000 [26]
  24.  Hong Kong - 60,000[17]
  25.  Costa Rica - 9,128[27] to 50,000[28]
  26.  Republic of China (Taiwan) - 38,000
  27.  Belgium - 36,000[citation needed]
  28.  Saudi Arabia - 36,000[citation needed]
  29.   Switzerland - 32,000[citation needed]
  30.  Poland - 31,000 to 60,000[citation needed]
  31.  Lebanon - 25,000[29]
  32.  Panama - 25,000[30]
  33.  Austria 15,000[citation needed]
  34.  Hungary - 15,000[citation needed]
  35.  Singapore - 15,000 [17]
  36.  Russia - at least 2,008[31] up to 6,200[32]
  37.  Argentina - 10,552[citation needed]
  38.  Malaysia - 8,000[17]
  39.  Pakistan - 5,000[citation needed]
  40.  Syria - n/a (in the 1975 Encyclop√¶dia Britannica, 2.5% of Syrians reportedly have dual U.S.-Syrian citizenship)[citation needed]
  41.  Chile - 10,000[citation needed]
  42.  India - n/a est. 10,000 to 15,000 [33]
  43.  Uruguay - 3,000[34]

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