Monday, June 29, 2015

The United States now has the second-largest Spanish-speaking population outside of Mexico, according to a new study

According to Instituto Cervantes, a non-profit that promotes Spanish language and culture, the United States now has 41 million native Spanish speakers along with 11.6 million more who are bilingual. That sum total tops Colombia (48 million) and Spain (46 million); only Mexico beats it, with 121 million.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No kidding! The US (Obama) has taken in one quarter of the population of Mexico.