“Americans come from all around the world, and many bring the languages of their ancestral countries with them.
The US Census Bureau recently released statistics from the 2017 “American Community Survey,” an annual program that asks millions of Americans about several social, economic, and demographic attributes. The Bureau publishes figures for each of the 50 states and Washington, DC.
One of the questions on the survey asks respondents which language they speak at home. The bureau then publishes estimates of how many households speak a language other than English at home.”
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Article appears in Business Insider.
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