The Polish-American community in the United States is one of the largest and most established ethnic groups in the country - its roots date back to the early settlements of Jamestown, Virginia in 1608. Today, there are over 10 million Polish Americans living in the United States and the community ranks as the third largest ethnic group of European origin after the Irish and Italians.
The Polish American community of the 21st century is characterized as a highly educated, hardworking and entrepreneurial. Socio-economic data reveals that Polish Americans on average denote higher levels of completed education, home ownership and median household income as compared to total US population, making it a lucrative and desirable target for mainstream companies and national brands.
White Eagle Media's print publications serve some of the largest Polish American communities in the US encompassing a market share with a population size of more than 3.6 million while our online products attract a diverse audience spanning the entire United States and beyond.
Polish American community size by local edition of the White Eagle
|Local Edition||States Served||Population Size|
|Florida / Georgia||512,456|
|New Jersey / Pennsylavania||1,400,619|
Source: US Census Community Survey 2005-2008