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A fascinating map of the most spoken languages in every US state besides English and Spanish

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Two stick out to me.


Nepali in Nebraska

Pennsylvania Dutch in Pa......I thought that was german.
 

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Yeah, Nepali in Nebraska surprised me, and here in Idaho, I can't think of any place I'd hear German, but we have the largest population of Basque people outside the French/Spanish border area, so I'd think Basque would be #3 behind Spanish.
 

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The important data that are missing is what percent of the population speaks languages other than English or Spanish.

I suspect that Nepali in Nebraska might stick out simply because there is no concentration other languages in the state, so even a small Nepali community will then stick out.
 
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