The New York metropolitan area contains the largest ethnic Chinese population outside of Asia
The 3.37 million WOP community is spread out over the NYC metro area which has around 19 million people! It's also called the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut). The top 5 European communities in NYC are:
In New York City- Italian (692,739), German (255,536), Irish (420,810), Polish (213,447)
. So the Polish community is not really all that smaller then the German community. Germans had their colors lit up in late September. The Jewish community in metro NYC is 1.97 million. The borough of Brooklyn has 456,000 Jews and Manhattan 243,000 Jews, confirming the fact that Jews rule NYC. Indeed Jews and Irish seem to do well in politics.
The bottom line is NYC metro area has the second largest Polish community in America.
New York is home to a number of Polish and Polish-American cultural, community, and scientific institutions, including the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (PIASA) and the Polish Cultural Institute. Polish-language publications with circulation reaching outside the city include The Polish Review, an English-language scholarly journal published since 1956 by PIASA; Nowy Dziennik , founded in 1971, considered the leading Polish-language daily newspaper in the U.S.; and Polska Gazeta , a Polish-language daily newspaper with headquarters in Brooklyn. The Polish Newspaper SuperExpress , covering New York, New Jersey & Connecticut started publication in 1996.