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AAFF

The Asian American Federation of Florida (AAFF) is a 501(c)(3) coalition that aims to unity and collaboration among the various Asian Pacific American organizations and to improve the relationship of a culturally diverse Asian Pacific American community in Florida. The AAFF is a statewide organization made up of more than 70 Bangladesh, Burmese, Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Iranian, Korean, Laotian, Taiwanese, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese community-based organizations, businesses and media.

Population by Ethnic Group

South Region 2010

Population Growth by Ethnic Group
South Region 2000 to 2010

              

Indonesian                                79%

Filipino                                72%

Thai                            68%

Cambodian            68%

Native Hawaiian      64%

Korean                        56%

Chinese
(except  Taiwanese)      55%
Vietnamese                    55%

Malaysian                      50%

Samoan                 36%

Laotian                34%

Japanese           34%

Total Population      14%


Census Bureau, 2000 Census SF1, Tables PCT7 and PCT10; 2010 Census SF1, Tables PCT7 and PCT10.

    Note: Figures for ethnic groups excluded if (1) groups did not meet 2000 Census population threshold for reporting or (2) number less than 100 in 2010.
ASIAN Population by Ethnic Group

Ethnic Group

Number

Indian

932,539

Chinese (except Taiwanese)

588,862

Vietnamese

560,721

Filipino

556,404

Korean

409,601

Japanese

162,982

Pakistani

150,493

Thai

69,694

Laotian

59,981

Native Hawaiian

50,263

Cambodian

48,174

Guamanian or Chamorro

41,500

Taiwanese

41,440

Bangladeshi

33,539

Burmese

29,791

Hmong

24,335

Nepalese

22,624

Indonesian

19,383

Samoan

18,913

Sri Lankan

11,974

Marshallese

6,861

Malaysian

6,760

Bhutanese

6,482

Mongolian

4,282

Tongan

3,766

Palauan

1,538

Fijian

1,473

Singaporean

1,408

Okinawan

1,129

Pohnpeian

556

Tahitian

447

Chuukese

343

Saipanese

275

Yapese

184

Kosraean

156

Papua New Guinean

131

 

U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census SF1, Tables PCT7 and PCT10; 2010 Census SF2, Table PCT1.
Note: Figures are based on self-reporting. In some cases, individuals   may report a national origin. For example, the “Guamanian or Chamorro” category may include individuals who identify as being Chamorro and individuals from Guam who are not Chamorro. Approximately 5% of Asian Americans and 34% of NHPI did not report an ethnicity in the 2010 Census.