323 995 528 inhabitants (2016)
White 74,8%, Black 13.6%, Asian 5.6%, Native American and Alaskan 1.7%, native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0.4%, Hispanic and Latino 16.3% (2010)
Protestant 46.5%, Roman Catholic 20.8%, Mormon 1.6%, Jehovah's Witness 0.8%, other Christian 0.9%, Jewish 1.9%, Muslim 0.9%, Buddhist 0.7%, Hindu 0.7%, other 1.8%, unaffiliated 22.8%, don't know/refused 0.6% (2014) 
$57 300 (2016)
9 833 517 sq km
2 451 978 sq km (mainland) + 3 682 950 sq km (Alaska) + 208 211 sq km (Guam) + 405 844 sq km (American Samoa) + 763 555 sq km (Northern Mariana Islands) + 323 173 sq km (Jarvis island) + 2 474 713 sq km (Hawaï) + 434 885 sq km (Howland and Baker islands) + 442 442 sq km (Johnson Atoll) + 353 739 sq km (Palmyra Atoll) + 154 652 sq km (Puerto Rico) + 407 154 sq km (Wake island) + 38 290 sq km (Virgin Islands) + 8 462 sq km (joint regime area United States / Russia)
US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Coast Guard.
    1) Canada and the United States contest the maritime boundaries of the Dixon Entrance, the Beaufort Sea, the Juan de Fuca Strait, the Gulf of Maine, the Machia Seal Islands and North Rock.
    2) Canada, the United States and Mexico work together to monitor and control illegal human and drug trafficking.
    3) Canada and the United States are working together to study the Arctic shelf.
    4) The United States is the first country to consume cocaine from Colombia (through Mexico and the Caribbean).