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According to the European Union, “Europe Day, held on 9 May every year, celebrates peace and unity in Europe. The date marks the anniversary of the historical 'Schuman declaration'. At a speech in Paris in 1950, Robert Schuman, the then French foreign minister, set out his idea for a new form of political cooperation in Europe, which would make war between Europe's nations unthinkable.

“His vision was to create a European institution that would pool and manage coal and steel production. A treaty creating such a body was signed just under a year later. Schuman's proposal is considered to be the beginning of what is now the European Union.”

According to The World Factbook from the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States, “The evolution of what is today the European Union (EU) from a regional economic agreement among six neighboring states in 1951 to today's hybrid intergovernmental and supranational organization of 28 countries across the European continent stands as an unprecedented phenomenon in the annals of history. Dynastic unions for territorial consolidation were long the norm in Europe... But for such a large number of nation-states to cede some of their sovereignty to an overarching entity is unique.”

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Key Stats:

From the International Data Base (September 2018):

The International Data Base (IDB) was developed by the U.S. Census Bureau to provide access to accurate and timely demographic measures for populations around the world. The database includes a comprehensive set of indicators, as produced by the Census Bureau since the 1960s. Through sponsorship from various U.S. Government agencies, the IDB is updated on a regular basis to provide information needed for research, program planning, and policy-making decisions, in the United States and globally. 

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Note: The image above shows totals for the region — European Union — which is at the bottom of the webpage. Click on the image above to see tables for all 28 countries.

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Note: The image above shows totals for the region — European Union — which is at the bottom of the webpage. Click on the image above to see tables for all 28 countries.

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From Census.gov › Business & Industry › Foreign Trade: 

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This is a dynamic data tool that gives users access to current and cumulative U.S. export and import data. With multiple data sets and capabilities, USA Trade Online can assist different types of customers from a wide range of industries and fields.

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To access U.S. trade figures for a country not listed above, enter the 4-digit code from the list of country codes into this URL — < www.census.gov/foreign-trade/balance/c0000.html> — replacing 0000 with the country code.

Source: 2017 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.

Four tables are shown below: B04006, B05006, DP02 and S0201 (40 sub tables).

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Note: The table above is modified to show ancestries from countries in the European Union. Click on the image to see the full table of all reported ancestries in the United States, all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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Note: The table above is modified to show all the countries in Europe.

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More EU related ancestries with populations of 65,000 or more:

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More EU related places of birth for the foreign-born with populations of 65,000 or more:

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