One of the ways America shows its diverse culture is in the sheer number of languages spoken by the country’s people. The above map shows which languages other than English and Spanish are the most common in each state and Washington, DC.
The US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey annually asks more than 1 million Americans questions about their lives, families, and backgrounds. One question asks respondents what language they mainly speak in their homes.
Using individual-level responses from the 2018 American Community Survey assembled and published by the Minnesota Population Center’s Integrated Public Use Microdata Series program, we found the most common language spoken at home in each state, excluding English and Spanish.
English is, unsurprisingly, the most commonly spoken language across the US, and Spanish is the second-most-common in 48 states and the District of Columbia. So, we excluded those two languages in the above map…BUSINESS INSIDER