The German-speaking population in the US has increased by about 2.2% since 2009, according to new Census Bureau data.
The growth of the population in Germany was mostly driven by the country’s expansion into Asia, Europe, and Africa.
The total number of people living in Germany rose from 14.6 million in 2009 to 15.2 million in 2021.
That was an increase of 0.2%.
Germany is one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
The growth in population in German-Speaking countries has been driven in large part by the expansion of the German-German community.
The country has more than 2.5 million German-American citizens, according the Pew Research Center.
The Pew Research study also found that the number of Germans in the United States has risen by 1.6% since the last census in 2010.
In a separate report from the Pew Center, the US Census Bureau said that the country has the second largest immigrant population in North America behind Canada.
The US Census bureau said that there are approximately 1.4 million foreign-born people in the country.
That number includes about 725,000 immigrants from Mexico, 1.2 of which are permanent residents.More: