What is the estimated current Inuit population, and where do they live?

Canada: more than 65,000, mostly in Nunavut, Quebec, Newfoundland, and Labrador (2016 census).

Greenland: about 51,000 (2018). They’re Danish citizens. An additional 15,000 to 20,000 Inuit live in Denmark.

United States: 16,500, mostly in Alaska and Washington (2020). This includes the Iñupiat but not the Yupik or Aleuts, who do not self-identify as Inuit.