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#10. Arabic

– 9,353 speakers (0.31% of population)
— 6,046 speakers who also speak English very well
— 3,307 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#9. French (incl. Cajun)

– 10,454 speakers (0.34% of population)
— 9,349 speakers who also speak English very well
— 1,105 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#8. Korean

– 11,124 speakers (0.37% of population)
— 5,694 speakers who also speak English very well
— 5,430 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#7. German

– 11,371 speakers (0.37% of population)
— 10,125 speakers who also speak English very well
— 1,246 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#6. Ukrainian or other Slavic languages

– 11,424 speakers (0.38% of population)
— 6,145 speakers who also speak English very well
— 5,279 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#5. Tagalog (incl. Filipino)

– 12,284 speakers (0.4% of population)
— 9,217 speakers who also speak English very well
— 3,067 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#4. Vietnamese

– 29,496 speakers (0.97% of population)
— 11,748 speakers who also speak English very well
— 17,748 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#3. Chinese (incl. Mandarin, Cantonese)

– 31,203 speakers (1.02% of population)
— 15,473 speakers who also speak English very well
— 15,730 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#2. Russian

– 32,104 speakers (1.05% of population)
— 19,278 speakers who also speak English very well
— 12,826 speakers who speak English less than very well

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#1. Spanish

– 279,709 speakers (9.19% of population)
— 173,408 speakers who also speak English very well
— 106,301 speakers who speak English less than very well