A Panamanian American is an American of Panamanian descent.
The Panamanian population at the 2010 Census was 165,456. Panamanians are the sixth smallest Hispanic group in the United States and the second smallest Central American population.
The largest population of Panamanians reside in Brooklyn and South Florida. In contrast to other Hispanic nationalities, Panamanians are heavily concentrated in Army base cities. These cities include Fayetteville, NC - Fort Bragg, Killeen, TX - Fort Hood, Columbus, GA - Fort Stewart, Colorado Springs, CO - Fort Carson, Clarksville, TN - Fort Campbell, El Paso, TX - Fort Bliss, and in the vicinity of Fort Dix in New Jersey. Cities home to Navy and Air Force bases also lay claim to a concentration of Panamanians. These include San Antonio, Hampton Roads, Jacksonville, San Diego, and Tampa.
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