Most common languages spoken at home in Greater Columbus and surrounding regions

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October 19, 2022
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Most common languages spoken at home in Greater Columbus and surrounding regions

Stacker compiled a list of the most common languages spoken at home in the Columbus-Auburn-Opelika, GA-AL CSA using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Languages are ranked by the percent of households that primarily speak the language at home according to 2020 estimates. Combined statistical areas are designated by the Office of Management and Budget and include multiple metropolitan and micropolitan areas in the same region.

92.7% of people in the Columbus-Auburn-Opelika, GA-AL CSA speak only English at home. Keep reading to see what the most spoken non-English languages are in and around Columbus.

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#10. Vietnamese

- 387 speakers (0.09% of population)
--- 154 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 233 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#9. Hindi

- 499 speakers (0.11% of population)
--- 402 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 97 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#8. Yoruba, Twi, Igbo, or other languages of Western Africa

- 542 speakers (0.12% of population)
--- 411 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 131 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#7. Tagalog (incl. Filipino)

- 733 speakers (0.16% of population)
--- 583 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 150 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#6. Gujarati

- 784 speakers (0.17% of population)
--- 497 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 287 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#5. French (incl. Cajun)

- 1,040 speakers (0.23% of population)
--- 774 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 266 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#4. German

- 1,859 speakers (0.41% of population)
--- 1,533 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 326 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#3. Chinese (incl. Mandarin, Cantonese)

- 2,003 speakers (0.44% of population)
--- 829 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 1,174 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#2. Korean

- 3,579 speakers (0.79% of population)
--- 1,382 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 2,197 speakers who speak English less than very well
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#1. Spanish

- 17,230 speakers (3.81% of population)
--- 11,692 speakers who also speak English very well
--- 5,538 speakers who speak English less than very well

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