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Sep 08, 2013


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Charming Billy

Those maps are misleading. The region with the largest proportion of British (English, Welsh, and Scottish) ancestry is in the South East, but this never shows up on these kind of maps.

Michael W. Kruse

Not sure if the maps are misleading or if the respondents are. ;-) One map shows that a large number of people in the SE simply say they are "American." I suspect many of those are English, Welsh, and Scottish (and Irish) but they self-identified otherwise.

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