Spanish and Spanish Creole compose the second most popular language grouping in the state, being spoken by 25.8% of Californians.
Chinese is a distant third, spoken by 2.6%.
Tagalog is spoken by 2.0%, Vietnamese by 1.3%, and Korean by 0.9%.
Armenian, Japanese, German, and Persian are spoken by 0.5% each.
How many languages are spoken in LA?
English is the most regularly spoken language in the United States, but there are 224 other languages that are spoken in Los Angeles, which can make it easier for non-English speaking expats to get acclimated. Spanish is also a widely spoken first language in Los Angeles.
What percentage of Californians speaks Spanish?
SACRAMENTO (AP) — A new report by the U.S. Census Bureau says 44 percent of California residents over the age of five speak a language other than English at home. The census report released Tuesday found that of those who speak a language other than English at home, two-thirds speak Spanish.4 Nov 2015
How many languages are spoken in the Bay Area?
More than 112 different languages are spoken in the San Francisco Bay Area (2014).8 Sep 2017
Is English the official language of California?
Proposition 63 declared that English is the official language of the State of California. It directed the California State Legislature to enact legislation to “preserve the role of English as the state’s common language.”
What language do they speak in Los Angeles?
Less than 50 percent of Los Angeles’s population speaks English as their first language. Spanish is also a widely spoken first language in Los Angeles. Other languages that are commonly found are Korean, Filipino, Armenian, Chinese, and Persian.
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