Detailed Tables of More Than 380 Languages Spoken At Home in the United States

For only the second time in its history, the American Community Survey, an annual tally undertaken by the Census Bureau, has released detailed data on what languages are spoken at home. Rather than limit this to just the 39 standard languages available on its “regular” forms, these tables reflect ten times the number of languages included. These data are invaluable for planners, educators, linguists, and statisticians. Aggregate numbers are available at the national, state, county, and metropolitan level.


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