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Spanish Language & Hispanics in the United States - Facts and Statistics

SPANISH INITED STATES THE SECOND MOST SPOKEN LANGUAGE IN THE 45 MILLION 55 MILLION 6 MILLION PEOPLE SPEAKING IT AS THEIR FIRST OR SECOND TONGUE ADDITIONAL SPANISH SPEAKERS PROJECTED IN THE UNITED STATES BY THE YEAR 2050 STUDENTS LEARNING THE SPANISH LANGUAGE UNITED STATES IS THE WORLD'S 2ND LARGEST SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRY AFTER MEXICO AREAS COLONIZED BY SPANISH EMPIRE IN THE 16TH AND 17TH CENTURY 2.3 M BUSINESSES NON-FARM BUSINESSES OWNED BY HISPANICS WITH MAJOR OPERATIONS IN CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA & TEXAS CALIFORNIA. UTAH, NEVADA, ARIZONA. NEW MEXICO, COLORADO TEXAS AND FLORIDA $630 BILLJON ESTIMATED PURCHASING POWER OF HISPANICS IN THE U.S. IN 2004 SPANISH LANGUAGE FACTS THERE ARE 399 MILLION SPEAKERS IN 31 COUNTRIES IT IS A PHONETIC LANGUAGE IT BELONGS TO THE INDO-EUROPEAN FAMILY OF LANGUAGES LATIN AND ARABIC WERE THE MAJOR LANGUAGES THAT INITIALLY INFLUENCED ITS DEVELOPMENT PREPARED BY DAY TRANSLATIONS INC. COPYRIGHT 2015

Spanish Language & Hispanics in the United States - Facts and Statistics

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This infographic illustrates interesting Spanish language facts and data statistics in the United States.

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