Interactive Maps - No. of Ukranians
Due to confidentiality considerations, Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMs) do not provide data for geographic units with less than 100,000 population. Besides States, Metropolitan Areas and Cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants, PUMs provide data by specially defined units called SuperPUMAs and PUMAs (Public Use Microdata Area). SuperPUMAs are areas with approximately 400,000 population, while PUMAs are areas with approximately 100,000 population and SuperPUMAs are composed of several PUMAs.
Select a State and you will see a map divided into SupePUMAs, with three indicators for each SuperPUMA: number of Ukrainians, % Ukrainian-speakers, % of 4th wave immigrants. There are two exceptions: a) for some States there is more than one map (they are listed as StateA, StateB, StateC); b) some States have only one SuperPUMA, and the State map shows PUMAs with the three indicators for each PUMA (Alaska, Delaware, D. of Columbia, Hawaii, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, Wyoming).