I'm no expert, but that dude doesn't really have the authentic "Kiss Me, I'm Irish" look going for him.

According to the U.S. Census, more than 33 million people in the U.S. claimed Irish ancestry in 2013. That’s seven times higher than the population of Ireland itself.

And, here in the Land of Lincoln, we had almost 2 million of us claiming some background that can be traced to the Emerald Isle.

Where do all those people live in Illinois and which Illinois county has the most? Using 2010 U.S. Census data, Reboot Illinois figured out the top 25 most Irish Illinois counties.

Top 25 most Irish Illinois counties

25) Edgar County, IL 16.05%

24) Massac County, IL 16.14%

23) Monroe County, IL 16.19%

22) Scott County, IL 16.27%

21) Coles County, IL 16.28%

20) Macoupin County, IL 16.32%

19) DuPage County, IL 16.44%

18) Putnam County, IL 16.65%

17) Marshall County, IL 16.86%

16) Williamson County, IL 17.08%

15) Livingston County, IL 17.25%

14) DeKalb County, IL 17.32%

13) Saline County, IL 17.98%

12) Will County, IL 18.30%

11) Mercer County, IL 18.35%

10) Franklin County, IL 18.50%

9) McHenry County, IL 18.57%

8) Lee County, IL 18.79%

7) LaSalle County, IL 18.94%

6) Pope County, IL 18.95%

5) Jo Daviess County, IL 19.70%

4) Hamilton County, IL 20.66%

3) Grundy County, IL 22.36%

2) Gallatin County, IL 23.67%

1) Hardin County, IL 26.98%