Number of Brazilian People in the United States

In this article, we will explore the demographic data of Brazilian people in the United States, and look at historical data to see whether the Brazilian population is growing or declining.

First, let's take a look at the population of Brazilian people in the United States for the last 6 years.

Total U.S. Brazilian Population

Population Year
319,700 2020
317,830 2019
297,102 2018
282,841 2017
268,820 2016
263,648 2015

The table above shows that between 2015 and 2020 the total Brazilian population has increased by 56,052 people.

If this growth were to continue at the same rate, the total population of Brazilian people by 2025 could be 375,752.

Total U.S. Brazilian Population By State

We can also look at the data for Brazilian people in each individual state and whether the Brazilian population increased or decreased between 2015 and 2020.

For more details on the historical population figures for each state, click the link in the table below.

State 2015 2020 Change (%)
Alabama 660 887 34.39%
Alaska 50 125 150.00%
Arizona 1,740 2,006 15.29%
Arkansas 191 382 100.00%
California 20,876 26,284 25.91%
Colorado 1,148 1,883 64.02%
Connecticut 14,045 14,675 4.49%
Delaware 193 179 -7.25%
District of Columbia 926 733 -20.84%
Florida 53,706 73,488 36.83%
Georgia 6,854 10,322 50.60%
Hawaii 564 454 -19.50%
Idaho 249 480 92.77%
Illinois 3,154 3,924 24.41%
Indiana 1,093 1,414 29.37%
Iowa 402 604 50.25%
Kansas 514 1,243 141.83%
Kentucky 296 383 29.39%
Louisiana 1,626 1,435 -11.75%
Maine 192 239 24.48%
Maryland 7,399 7,465 0.89%
Massachusetts 56,067 65,833 17.42%
Michigan 2,131 2,766 29.80%
Minnesota 1,102 1,294 17.42%
Mississippi 124 249 100.81%
Missouri 736 1,246 69.29%
Montana 42 96 128.57%
Nebraska 499 167 -66.53%
Nevada 1,641 1,842 12.25%
New Hampshire 1,575 1,438 -8.70%
New Jersey 27,735 29,799 7.44%
New Mexico 316 309 -2.22%
New York 17,725 16,300 -8.04%
North Carolina 3,275 4,860 48.40%
North Dakota 85 73 -14.12%
Ohio 2,371 2,072 -12.61%
Oklahoma 470 616 31.06%
Oregon 854 1,062 24.36%
Pennsylvania 6,467 8,867 37.11%
Puerto Rico 221 430 94.57%
Rhode Island 1,450 1,245 -14.14%
South Carolina 2,437 3,274 34.35%
South Dakota 110 81 -26.36%
Tennessee 962 1,278 32.85%
Texas 10,547 13,110 24.30%
Utah 2,005 4,012 100.10%
Vermont 159 171 7.55%
Virginia 3,708 4,547 22.63%
Washington 2,092 3,405 62.76%
West Virginia 167 81 -51.50%
Wisconsin 797 973 22.08%
Wyoming 121 29 -76.03%

Data Source(s)

All of the data on this page is sourced from the latest American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates, from the United States Census Bureau. The latest year for the ACS is currently 2020.