The Irish-Canadian population in the US has reached a record high of 23.7 million people.
The Irish language is spoken by about 12 million people, and a third of them are of Irish descent.
The figures, released by the Census Bureau on Thursday, show that the population of the US is on pace to reach more than 33 million in 2021.
There are about 37 million people who are not Irish, including people of African descent, as well as people who identify with another race.
However, it is important to note that while the Irish-Caucasian and Irish-Arab populations are rising in number, the overall US population is declining.
As of July, there were 23.8 million US citizens of Irish origin, the bureau said, down from 28.5 million in the year before.
The figure for the population as a whole has risen to 28.3 million, from 27.7 in 2021, although that is down from 33.6 million the previous year.
This is due to a drop in the number of people who report as “other”.
The census bureau said that the increase in the numbers of “other” people is largely a result of the increase of Irish-Americans living in the suburbs.
It also noted that, while there is no direct link between Irish-people living in New York and their Irish-descendant neighbours, it could have an impact on the city’s overall population.
The Census Bureau said that people of Irish background are more likely to live in the urban areas of the country and are less likely to be in poverty.
However it added that there is a connection between Irish immigrants living in suburban areas and their ability to afford their own housing.
It is estimated that the average Irish-origin family income is $60,000.