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Today is Columbus Day, which, while increasingly controversial, is a U.S. federal holiday. Because Italian-Americans have tended to be the biggest supporters of the holiday, today's map highlights (in red) those states that had an Italian-American population of 10% or more in the 2010 Census, ranging from nearly 19% in Rhode Island and Connecticut to 10.7% in New Hampshire.
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