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|caption = Pomaks in the early 20th century
|population = {{circa}} 1 million<ref name=pomaks/>
|region1 = {{flagcountry|Turkey}}
|pop1 =350,000<ref name=pomaks/>- 600,000<ref name="Türkiye'deki Kürtlerin sayısı!">{{cite web|url=http://www.milliyet.com.tr/default.aspx?aType=SonDakika&Kategori=yasam&ArticleID=873452&Date=07.06.2008&ver=16|title=Türkiye'deki Kürtlerin sayısı!|date=6 June 2008|accessdate=17 August 2010|language=Turkish}}</ref>
|region2 = {{flagcountry|Bulgaria}}
|pop2 = 67,350 [[Muslim Bulgarians]] (2011 census)<ref name=nsi2011>[http://www.nsi.bg/EPDOCS/Census2011final.pdf 2011 Bulgarian census, p.29] (in Bulgarian)</ref><br> up to 250,000 incl. of Turkish and of no ethnic identity<ref name=pomaks/>
|pop4 = 50,000 in [[Western Thrace]]<ref name=pomaks/>
|langs = [[Bulgarian language|Bulgarian]], including different [[Bulgarian dialects]] as part of the wider Bulgarian [[dialect continuum]] as native language<ref name="ethnologue.com">[http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=GR Ethnologue, Languages of Greece.Bulgarian.]</ref><ref name="ReferenceA">[http://www.ethnologue.com/14/show_language.asp?code=BLG Ethnologue: Languages of the World Fourteenth Edition.Bulgarian.]</ref><ref name="britannica.com">[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/469289/Pomak Encyclopaedia Britannica, Pomak People.]</ref><ref name="ecmi.de">[http://www.ecmi.de/fileadmin/downloads/publications/JEMIE/2007/2-2007-Eminov.pdf Social Construction of Identities: Pomaks in Bulgaria, Ali Eminov, JEMIE 6 (2007) 2 © 2007 by European Centre for Minority Issues]</ref>
|rels = [[سونیلرSunni Islam]]
|related = [[Bulgarian people|Bulgarians]], [[Macedonians (ethnic group)|Macedonians]], [[Slavic Muslims]]
|footnotes =
}}
 
{{Infobox ethnic group
|group = Polynesians
| image =
|population = 2,000,000<ref name="stuff"/>
|region1 = [[آمریکا بیرلشمیش ایالتلری]]
|pop1 = 816,144
|ref1 = <ref>[http://www.dol.govt.nz/publications/research/population-movement-pacific-perspective-future-prospects/05.asp Population Movement in the Pacific: A Perspective on Future Prospects. Wellington: New Zealand Department of Labour] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20130207215244/http://www.dol.govt.nz/publications/research/population-movement-pacific-perspective-future-prospects/05.asp |date=2013-02-07 }}</ref>
|region2 = [[نیوزیلند]]
|pop2 = 598,605+
|ref2 =
|region3 = [[استرالیا]]
|pop3 = 210,843
|ref3 =
|region4 = [[ساموا آداسی]]
|pop4 = 192,342
|ref4 =
|region5 = [[تونقا]]
|pop5 = 103,036
|ref5 =
|region6 = [[شیلی]]
|pop6 = 5,682
|ref6 =
|languages = [[اینگیلیس دیلی]], [[فرانسه دیلی]], and [[Polynesian languages]] ([[Tahitian language|Tahitian]], [[Samoan language|Samoan]], [[Tongan language|Tongan]], [[ماوری دیلی]], [[Hawaiian language|Hawaiian]], [[Rapa Nui language|Rapa Nui]] and others)
|religions = [[مسیحیت]] (96.1%)<ref name="Christianity in Oceania">[https://web.archive.org/web/20130815184022/http://wwwgordonconwell.com/netcommunity/CSGCResources/ChristianityinitsGlobalContext.pdf Christianity in its Global Context, 1970–2020 Society, Religion, and Mission], Center for the Study of Global Christianity</ref> and [[Polynesian narrative|Polynesian mythology]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.victoria.ac.nz/research/expertise/arts-humanities-social-sciences/christianity-polynesia|title=Arts, humanities and social sciences|first=Victoria University of|last=Wellington|date=1 December 2017|website=victoria.ac.nz|accessdate=14 April 2018}}</ref>
 
[[en:Pomaks]]
[[en:Polynesians]]