Number of Romanian People in the United States

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

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

Total U.S. Romanian Population

Population Year
243,963 2020
245,262 2019
243,588 2018
243,910 2017
243,114 2016
247,429 2015

The table above shows that between 2015 and 2020 the total Romanian population has decreased by 3,466 people.

If this growth were to continue at the same rate, the total population of Romanian people by 2025 could be 247,429.

Total U.S. Romanian Population By State

We can also look at the data for Romanian people in each individual state and whether the Romanian 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 626 942 50.48%
Alaska 251 459 82.87%
Arizona 7,601 8,895 17.02%
Arkansas 766 984 28.46%
California 36,617 32,374 -11.59%
Colorado 2,793 2,773 -0.72%
Connecticut 3,340 2,901 -13.14%
Delaware 393 272 -30.79%
District of Columbia 343 402 17.20%
Florida 19,112 17,870 -6.50%
Georgia 8,700 9,179 5.51%
Hawaii 230 214 -6.96%
Idaho 1,005 797 -20.70%
Illinois 20,287 23,207 14.39%
Indiana 3,096 3,163 2.16%
Iowa 669 433 -35.28%
Kansas 747 799 6.96%
Kentucky 971 431 -55.61%
Louisiana 931 1,166 25.24%
Maine 264 322 21.97%
Maryland 3,295 3,229 -2.00%
Massachusetts 5,757 4,604 -20.03%
Michigan 15,078 14,420 -4.36%
Minnesota 2,711 2,409 -11.14%
Mississippi 204 168 -17.65%
Missouri 3,012 3,037 0.83%
Montana 224 418 86.61%
Nebraska 469 339 -27.72%
Nevada 2,275 4,089 79.74%
New Hampshire 1,194 675 -43.47%
New Jersey 9,271 8,091 -12.73%
New Mexico 554 354 -36.10%
New York 25,793 25,416 -1.46%
North Carolina 4,750 4,623 -2.67%
North Dakota 219 434 98.17%
Ohio 12,706 11,137 -12.35%
Oklahoma 672 642 -4.46%
Oregon 7,156 6,683 -6.61%
Pennsylvania 8,429 7,061 -16.23%
Puerto Rico 118 40 -66.10%
Rhode Island 513 669 30.41%
South Carolina 1,520 2,346 54.34%
South Dakota 161 148 -8.07%
Tennessee 2,894 3,603 24.50%
Texas 8,303 10,746 29.42%
Utah 739 972 31.53%
Vermont 390 271 -30.51%
Virginia 4,710 4,288 -8.96%
Washington 13,583 12,960 -4.59%
West Virginia 253 388 53.36%
Wisconsin 1,747 1,992 14.02%
Wyoming 105 168 60.00%

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.