Map of States with most common language other than English or Spanish


 

Here is an interesting map for a Saturday. One can think about how these States came to have the folks arrive in their State. Thanks to Carpe Diem

Maps of the day

1. Most Common Language by US State, excluding English or Spanish
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8 Responses to “Map of States with most common language other than English or Spanish”

  1. Petermc3 Says:

    Once orientals- oops my bad- Asians become a protected class it will be interesting to see how they vote if the democrats can seduce them into transitioning from working to welfare.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I am not sure it is in their DNA. Education is still prized. The one way for a family to enjoy true freedom.

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      • Petermc3 Says:

        Hey that describes an America we used to know, doesn’t it?

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  2. mike440 Says:

    The Vietnamese here in Texas are a hard working group who fit into American society. I work with many of them and they have an admirable work ethic and a will to succeed. They are welcome here in Texas as far as I am concerned, as they add to the economy, not live off of it.

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    • the unit Says:

      I agree. We have several Vietnamese doctors in our area, dentists to neurologists. I read a article that they may become the next attacked “privileged.”
      Look, I worked in a health clinic the last 7 years of my career (47). They got same problems as the rest of us.
      What I meant by video is everybody is talking, I can’t understand a word you’re sayin’. Those seven years we communicated by their pointing and saying “ugh.”
      Not a very effective way to get at the problem.
      And the law says I have to explain the consequences of tending to/or not tending to the “ugh” for consent to try to help.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Many still hold with the American values of hard work leads to success.

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  3. the unit Says:

    I’m going there.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Nice pick.

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