Roughly, there are more than 7000 languages spoken in different parts of the globe. If we concise our research to the USA only, there is a huge list of a variety of languages spoken in different states of the nation. Commonly. Most of the Americans speak either English or Spanish and besides these two languages are several others. The infographic shows in detail which language is spoken in which state of the country excluding English and Spanish.
With a plethora of cultures and incredible diversity of religions, finding people speaking entirely different languages within a single state isn’t surprising. According to the data from 2019, around 78 percent of people aged five or older, living in America said that regardless of their nativity, they speak English in their homes.
However, the remaining 22 percent reported that they speak another language than English at their homes. Based on this data, the most commonly spoken languages in the country after English and Spanish were Mandarin and Cantonese. As the infographic shows, nearly 3.4 million people in the country communicate in this language.
The second most common spoken language is Tagalog in American households with about 1.7 million speakers. The top spot of this language is Nevada. Further studies showed that Arabic is among the top five most spoken languages in the country and the states where people communicate in Arabic include Michigan and Tennessee with more than 1 million speakers.
French is another top language common among the people of America with around 1.1 million speakers. The states where this language is used include Louisiana, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
Infographic by: Visualcapitalist.com