A Costa Rican American is an American of Costa Rican descent.
The Costa Rican population at the 2010 Census was 126,418. Costa Ricans are the fourth smallest Hispanic group in the United States and the smallest Central American population.
Costa Rican populations are prominent in the New York Metropolitan Area, especially in North Central New Jersey (Essex County, NJ, Passaic County, NJ, Somerset County, NJ, and Union County, NJ). Additional areas with significant Costa Rican residents include New York City, Suffolk County, NY, and Fairfield County, CT. There are also sizeable Costa Ricans in Los Angeles Metro, Miami Metro, and Lincoln County, NC. This are lists that indicated the most largest population of Costa Rican Americans according states, residence areas and percentages.
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