Ethnic groups similar to or like Poles

For a specific analysis of the population of Poland, see Demographics of Poland Wikipedia

  • Foreign relations of Poland

    Central European country and member of the European Union and NATO, among others. Middle power in international affairs. Wikipedia

  • List of ambassadors to Poland. Note that some ambassadors are responsible for more than one country while others are directly accredited to Warsaw. Wikipedia

  • List of ambassadors of the Republic of Poland accredited to other countries, including those having dual accreditation (Ambassadors at Large) and ambassadors accredited directly from Warsaw ("roving ambassador"). List as at 7 October 2020. Wikipedia

  • Visa requirements for Polish citizens

    Visa requirements for Polish citizens are administrative entry restrictions by the authorities of other states placed on citizens of Poland. As of 11 April 2020, Polish citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 181 countries and territories, ranking the Polish passport 11th in terms of travel freedom (tied with Slovak and Lithuanian passports) according to the Henley Passport Index. Wikipedia

  • Austrians

    For a specific analysis of the population of Austria, see Demographics of Austria Analysis on the nationality or Austrian citizenship, see Austrian nationality law. Wikipedia

  • List of the 177 resident embassies in Washington, D.C. For other diplomatic missions in the United States, see List of diplomatic missions in the United States. The embassy of Iran closed in 1979. Wikipedia

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    • Other identities were reported by 163,363 people (0.41%) and 521,470 people (1.35%) did not specify any nationality.Poland-Wikipedia
    • Since the enlargement of the European Union more people from Central and Eastern Europe have moved to Scotland, and the 2011 census indicated that 61,000 Poles live there.Scotland-Wikipedia
    • In the 2011 Polish census, 37,310,341 (96.88%) people reported Polish identity, 435,750 (1.13%) Silesian, 17,746 (0.04%) Kashubian and 74,464 (0.19%) German.Poland-Wikipedia
    • Germans, Irish, Poles, Swedes and Czechs made up nearly two-thirds of the foreign-born population (by 1900, whites were 98.1% of the city's population).Chicago-Wikipedia
    • Around 60% of Poles and Polish citizens reside in urban areas or major cities and 40% in more rural zones.Poland-Wikipedia
    • The church consists mainly of ethnic Poles and Hungarians, who live predominantly in the western regions of the country.Ukraine-Wikipedia

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