On the oGEC I have put this one up to People&Cultures forum-section, saying the file represents (nearly)up-to-date statistical information about hungarian people living in foreign countries today. True, however the way they had to separate from their mothercountry was consequences of historical events (mostly of the shameful and unjust dismemberment of the country in 1920).
Hungarian nation physically torn apart, fatally wounded in soul, still joined together by language and culture.
Please read some more basics about the historical background and download the one-time borders of Hungray kmz file following the links below!
According to Wikipedia the US states with the highest Hungarian-American populations are...
New York 157,863
New Jersey 115,615
According to the 2010 US Census, there were 1,563,081 persons of Hungarian ancestry in the United States as of 2006, with − according to 2000 census data − 1,398,724 of them indicating Hungarian as their first ancestry. Estimates of the number of Hungarian Americans in the United States exceed 4 million, but also include the large number of ethnic Hungarian immigrants most of whom have emigrated from Romania, Czechoslovakia, or the former Yugoslavia. [Italics mine]
It's very interesting to read about the causes of the three major "waves" of immigration. This follows the pattern of much of the immigration from Europe and Russia to the USA, with the exception of the post-1956 uprising, for obvious reasons.