Jewish population by country

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Jewry in 2006

Jewish population refers to the number of Jews in the world. Precise figures are difficult to calculate because the definition of "Who is a Jew" is a source of controversy.

Rank
Country
Official data
Estimations
Jews
Source
1 Israel5,703,700
2 United States
129,359
2010 ACS Survey[1]5,275,000
3 France483,500
4 Canada375,000
5 United Kingdom
11,892
Israeli-born[2]292,000
6 Russia
156,801
2010 census[3]205,000
7 Argentina182,300
8 Germany
11,401
2008 Eurostat survey[4]119,000
9 Brazil107,300
10 Australia97,300
11 Ukraine
103,591
2001 census[5]71,500
12 South Africa70,800
13 Hungary
1,183
Israeli citizen, 2011[4]60,600
14 Netherlands
1,405
Israeli citizen, 2011[4]45,000
15 Mexico39,400
16 Belgium
1,438
Israeli citizen, 2011[4]30,300
17 Poland
1,133
2002 census[6]30,500
18 Italy28,400
19 Chile20,500
20 Switzerland17,600
21 Turkey17,600
22 Uruguay17,500
23 Belarus
12,926
2009 census[7]16,500
24 Sweden15,000
25 Venezuela12,000
26 Spain12,000
27 Iran10,400
28 Romania9,700
29 Latvia
10,385
2000 census[8]9,700
30 Austria9,000
31 Panama9,000
32 New Zealand7,500
33 Azerbaijan
9,100
2009 census[9]6,400
34 Denmark6,400
 Lithuania
4,007
2001 census[10]
 Moldova
3,608
2004 census[11]
 Estonia
2,145
2000 census[12]
 Tunisia
2,000
 Bulgaria
1,363
2001 census[13]
 Croatia
576
2001 census[14]
 Slovakia
631
2011 census[15]

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