According to the data, 58% of U.S. residents age 5 and older speak English “very well” and also speak a language other than English at home. Of those, almost two-thirds of those people speak Spanish (37.6 million), followed by Chinese (2.9 million), Tagalog (1.6 million), Vietnamese (1.4 million), French (1.3 million), German (1.1 million), and Korean (1.1 million).
California leads with the highest percentage of people who speak another language than English at home with 44%, while West Virginia has the lowest, with 2%. Laredo, Texas, leads as the city with the highest percentage, 92%.
Read more: Census Bureau Interactive Map Shows Languages Spoken in America