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Colorado Historical Language Spoken at Home Data


ACS 2010-2014 data

Total population: 5,197,580

English1,645,43782.34%, see rank79.39%
Spanish228,01611.41%, see rank11.75%
Other Indo-European Languages66,4433.32%, see rank4.52%
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages41,3252.07%, see rank3.36%
Other17,0930.86%, see rank0.99%

ACS 2008-2012 data

Total population: 5,042,853

English1,613,29982.20%, see rank79.64%
Spanish225,97211.51%, see rank11.57%
Other Indo-European Languages66,7753.40%, see rank4.61%
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages40,0682.04%, see rank3.24%
Other16,6390.85%, see rank0.94%

ACS 2006-2010 data

Total population: 4,887,061

English1,574,78982.06%, see rank79.95%
Spanish224,08011.68%, see rank11.42%
Other Indo-European Languages65,1193.39%, see rank4.60%
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages40,2792.10%, see rank3.14%
Other14,6920.77%, see rank0.89%

ACS 2005-2009 data

Total population: 4,843,211

English1,535,26782.13%, see rank80.35%
Spanish219,37611.74%, see rank11.21%
Other Indo-European Languages64,6633.46%, see rank4.62%
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages36,1351.93%, see rank2.95%
Other13,8350.74%, see rank0.87%

US Census 2000 data

Total population: 4,301,261

English1,368,31382.46%, see rank81.14%
Spanish187,63711.31%, see rank10.21%
Other Indo-European Languages65,3663.94%, see rank5.22%
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages28,3731.71%, see rank2.61%
Other9,6190.58%, see rank0.82%

* ACS stands for U.S. Census American Community Survey. According to the U.S. Census, if the date is a range, you can interpret the data as an average of the period of time.

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