Trulia‘s chief economist looked at census data to reveal where the most Irish-Americans live in the United States. Data is for the 100 largest metro areas only and comes from the Census Bureau's most recent American Community Survey.
10. Wilmington, Del./Md./N.J. (13 percent of residents of "primary Irish ancestry")
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There are heads growing on Tony Dighera's farm, and they're not made of lettuce. They're called "pumpkinsteins," and they look a lot like the Frankenstein creature that actor Boris Karloff made famous more than 80 years ago.