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Most spoken languages in Pennsylvania in 2010
English is spoken by 90.15% of people over 5 years old in Pennsylvania.
Languages other than English are spoken by 9.85%.
Speakers of languages other than English are divided up as follows.
Pennsylvania
Source: American Community Survey
5-Year Estimates, Public Use Microdata Sample, 2006–2010
    Ages 5 +   %
English 10,710,239 90.15%
All languages other than English combined 1,170,628 9.85%
Spanish 486,058 4.09%
German 55,891 0.47%
Italian 50,658 0.43%
Chinese 48,031 0.40%
Pennsylvania Dutch 47,611 0.40%
French 40,574 0.34%
Russian 35,029 0.29%
Vietnamese 34,977 0.29%
Korean 30,218 0.25%
Polish 24,804 0.21%
Arabic 23,801 0.20%
Hindi 19,962 0.17%
Gujarathi 17,203 0.14%
French Creole 15,713 0.13%
Greek 15,275 0.13%
Tagalog 14,550 0.12%
Portuguese 11,940 0.10%
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian 11,728 0.10%
Ukrainian 11,078 0.09%
Malayalam 10,521 0.09%
Dutch 9,871 0.08%
Urdu 9,832 0.08%
Mandarin 8,021 0.07%
Albanian 7,132 0.06%
Japanese 6,505 0.05%
Kru, Ibo, Yoruba 5,995 0.05%
Telugu 5,986 0.05%
Bengali 5,681 0.05%
Tamil 5,597 0.05%
Total: 11,880,867  

Data are estimates based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. Data are not displayed where there were insufficient samples with which to compute an estimate.

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