Via Breitbart:

While Spanish remains the most widely spoken language after English, other languages, particularly those from South Asia and Africa, have also soared in use, the U.S. Census Bureau said in a report.

One in five people aged 5 or older spoke a language other than English at home in 2011, compared to 1980 where the number was 1 in 11, an increase of 23 million.  The bureau calculates that over three decades there was a 158% rise, while there was only a 38% increase in overall US population.

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